12 October 2005
Be prepared to discuss all front-page articles; all of the opinion and editorials section, including letters to the editor. Skim through whole paper and read whatever interests you.
Identify one column, editorial, or letter that makes you want to write a response.
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300 words. Optional. Adds up to two points to your lowest exercise grade. Write a review of the SHU production of Fuddy Meers (opening Oct 7), OR write a story on a sporting event at SHU the previous weekend. Go beyond simple summary, and include interviews with appropriate local figures. (For example, Fuddy Meers is a comedy about someone with a mental disorder. You might contact someone at SHU who works with mental disorders.) When you submit your article, include a printout of a recent professional article on the same topic (theatre review, sports news), and a brief note on ways in which an arts review differs from an English lit paper, or ways in which a sports news story differs from a hard news story.
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