Charlotte Oehler

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My name is Charlotte and my life belongs to my God (my Savior, my Father, and my best friend). Throughout this summer, as I have learned to put my trust in Him, I have realized just how much joy and freedom one could expect out of life! On my own, I am broken, insecure, and have a tendency to fail, but with Him, I can be so much more. He heals my hurts, builds my confidence, and forgives my mistakes. No matter what I do, He is always going to love me and that is a wonderful thing. My use of NewsTrust is currently academic. I hope to build my knowledge of the world around me and post responses to what I read.

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Occupation: Student, Eastern Michigan University
Affiliations: New Life Church - Ann Arbor EMU Gymnastics Club
Last Visit: May 3, 2011 - 11:41 AM PDT
Last Edit: Mar 9, 2011 - 8:12 AM PST

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Charlotte reviewed this story - May 3, 2011
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2.8
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Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Apr 28, 2011
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4.0
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Charlotte reviewed this story - Apr 27, 2011
Charlotte's Rating
3.8

This article covers many points, discussing controversies and conspiracies, without breaking a sweat. The audience came expecting to read about the release of Obama's birth certificate and heard that, as well as several other points.

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Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Apr 21, 2011
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3.0

Weak lead starts out a weak article. The information is new and interesting, but is poorly sourced and not deep enough to become a real issue.

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Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Apr 21, 2011
Charlotte reviewed this story - Apr 20, 2011
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3.8
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Charlotte reviewed this story - Apr 20, 2011
Charlotte's Rating
2.5

Lead is ok, explains what the article is about, but is about as bland as the article itself. Full of straight facts, this article left me wanting to know why I should care about this subject.

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Charlotte reviewed this story - Apr 20, 2011
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3.9
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Charlotte reviewed this story - Apr 8, 2011
Charlotte's Rating
3.3

VERY opinionated. As someone who is pro-life, I found many of the arguments offensive and one-sided. I didn't even understand how many of the laws were bad. Marcotte could have explained why post-20-week abortions should be legalized, but fails to do so, only stating that the legislation is evil.

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Charlotte reviewed this story - Apr 8, 2011
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3.9

Good lead - tells readers exactly what the article is about. Clearly and succinctly describes each of the visual aids. Pulls together information from a variety of sources.

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Charlotte reviewed this story - Apr 8, 2011
Charlotte's Rating
3.8

Had trouble reading through article, large blocks of text.

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Charlotte reviewed this story - Apr 8, 2011
Charlotte's Rating
3.1
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Charlotte reviewed this story - Apr 8, 2011
Charlotte's Rating
3.0

Article does not succinctly discuss the issue at hand. After reading two pages, I still feel inadequately informed.

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Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Mar 9, 2011
Charlotte's Rating
4.0
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Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Mar 9, 2011
Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Mar 8, 2011
Charlotte's Rating
3.3

Article does not adequately address the issue at hand or inform the reader of the diet and its health benefits.

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Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Mar 8, 2011
Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Feb 25, 2011
Charlotte's Rating
4.0
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Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Feb 25, 2011
Charlotte's Rating
3.1

This article does nothing more than inform its audience of the continuation of an event. It does not bring in any new information. Also, the organization is poor, with bodies of text not directly linking to one another. The opening sentences do not pull a reader in and are, in reality, quite jumbled together.

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Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Feb 25, 2011
Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Feb 25, 2011
Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Jan 13, 2011
Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Oct 21, 2010
Charlotte's Rating
4.0

Alexander does a great job introducing this local band that is beginning to make a hit on the pop scene. Organization does not follow typical news writing style and doe not display a decent lead.

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Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Oct 21, 2010
Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Oct 16, 2010
Charlotte's Rating
3.3

Silano briefly covers the Oct 20 event but does not discuss issues in detail or explain history of the situation. Article seems to brush over the situation without diving deep into thought. Organization is sketchy. Although there is a decent lead, the article is awkwardly put together with details scattered.

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Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Oct 16, 2010
Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Oct 12, 2010
Charlotte's Rating
4.0

Perkins discussed the forum, mentioning all important points that were made. Shows context in the short explanation of the offensive cartoon, the location, and the repercussions of actions. Perkins looks into the major issues and answers all questions that I had concerning the forum.

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Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Oct 12, 2010
Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Oct 6, 2010
Charlotte's Rating
3.8

Verdi does an excellent job on this opinion piece discussing the sides of a recent discovery of his. He displays context by stating locations and local opinion. He draws out his views with explanation and leaves the reader without further question.

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Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Oct 6, 2010
Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Oct 6, 2010
Charlotte's Rating
2.3

This article is a blurb of informative, almost like the notes of a real journalist. We see some tweets from false Andrew Shirvells on Twitter, but that is all. Can we have some discussion about what these things mean or why people are impersonating him or what the effects on the situation could be??

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Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Oct 6, 2010
Charlotte's Rating
2.7

Perez Hilton's discussion of the matter is laughable, but I understand that that is his style. The only thing that makes this a credible or useful article is the CNN interview that has been attached.

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Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Oct 6, 2010
Charlotte's Rating
2.9

Cohen discusses some of the facts of the Shirvell-Armstrong controversy, but sheds no new light on the situation. Experts are not cited and actions are only hypothesized. Cohen mentions several suspicions, but nothing of any substance that one should take firmly into conversation.

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Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Oct 5, 2010
Charlotte's Rating
4.0

McKinley does an excellent job of discussing the tragedies that the country has seen this week in an informative manner. Several cases were cited and quickly explained. Experts, such as Eliza Byard, executive director of the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network, brought light on the situation as well. Discussed opportunities and hardships facing communities, making for a well-rounded article.

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Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Oct 5, 2010
Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Oct 3, 2010
Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Oct 3, 2010
Charlotte posted and reviewed this story - Oct 2, 2010
Charlotte reviewed this story - Sep 29, 2010
Charlotte's Rating
2.2

Mullen failed to point out more than 2 facts about the study and zero outside resources. It seems clear to me that Mullen has simply seen the results of the study, glanced over what was said about it, and nothing more. He did not look into the information, pondering its strengths/weaknesses. I understand that this was meant to be an opinion piece, but really? He is calling religious folk ignorant, but in doing so, displays his own ignorance to me.

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Charlotte reviewed this story - Sep 29, 2010
Charlotte's Rating
3.9

From the beginning of this article, I was mildly offended. As stated by MacDonald, "the US Religious Knowledge Survey, released Tuesday from the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, found atheists and agnostics know more basic facts about the Bible than either Protestants or Catholics." I immediately wondered what basic facts were and when he mentioned that "15 percent of white evangelicals know Jonathan Edwards participated in the First Great Awakening," I was even more concerned. Why are facts like this relevant and meaningful? However, as I read more into the article, my questions were answered and my heart was made to feel at rest. MacDonald wondered many of the same things I did. In fact, at the end of my reading, I wished ... More »

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