PolicyMic Journalism Bootcamp

Have you ever wanted to publish an op-ed in the NYT, WSJ, or HuffPo? PolicyMic.com, a website designed to foster political debate among young leaders, is currently accepting applications for their Political Journalism Bootcamp, which will train you to write provocatively and persuasively about politics and culture. “The PolicyMic bootcamp is a wonderful way for […]

The Nation Launches StudentNation

The Nation has announced their newest topical page, StudentNation, that focuses on issues affecting young Americans and college students. The page also features information about internship opportunities, student conferences, and their student writing contest. Below is the announcement email: Dear Nation Reader, Despite unkind media impressions about youth apathy, there are countless examples of engaged […]

What I Read: Kevin Bondelli

I get asked a lot about where I find the links I clip to every day. Inspired by The Atlantic’s What I Read feature, I decided to post my own. The main source for my clips is Google Reader, where I subscribe to around 500 active feeds. The feeds are triaged into folders based on […]

Why Save PBS?

PBS Kids Creative Director Chris Bishop created this great infographic illustrating the importance of PBS.

Misleading Summaries of Health Care Polls

From the release for Gallup’s new poll about public opinion of the health care law (emphasis mine): Americans are most likely to say the healthcare law passed earlier this year goes too far (42%), while 29% say it does not go far enough and 20% say it is about right. Those who believe the law […]

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