News of the Week 10.25
NYTIMES: Kenya Spares the Lives of Everyone on Its Death Row
o NAIROBI, Kenya With a stroke of his pen, President Uhuru Kenyatta spared the lives of thousands of
prisoners on Kenyas death row on Monday by commuting th
News of the Week 9.20
NYTIMES: Analysts Cite Clinton's Illness in New Plunge by Mexico Peso
o The Mexican currency reached the psychological barrier of 20 pesos per dollar, and analysts and
commentators cited the role of the U.S. presidenti
News of the Week 9.27
BBC NEWS: Colombia Farc leader apologises to victims at peace signing
o The leader of the Farc rebel group has apologised to the victims of Colombia's armed conflict which
ended with Monday's signing of a peace deal.
News of the Week 9.6
BBC NEWS: Immigration: May rejects points-based system for EU nationals
o Theresa May, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and the Leader of the Conservative
Party, has rejected an Australian-style points-based system
News of the Week 9.13
NYTIMES: Visions of Life on Mars in Earths Depths
o A team led by Tullis C. Onstott of Princeton University looking for life-forms that could
give insights to possible life elsewhere in the solar system in the Beatrix
News of the Week 9.27
BBC NEWS: Colombia's President Santos tries to save peace deal
o Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has appointed a team of senior government officials to launch
talks with the opposition on changes to a peace deal
News of the Week 10.18
NYTIMES: Nations, Fighting Powerful Refrigerant That Warms Planet, Reach Landmark Deal
o KIGALI, Rwanda Negotiators from more than 170 countries on Saturday reached a legally binding
accord to counter climate change b
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Color Blind: Race and the
Ethical Reasoning of Blacks on
Article in Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly June 2
J395 Lifestyle Journalism
Questions for Raoul Hernandez
1. This idea of looking at art- in the case of the rolling stone review, music,- as answering
bigger, conceptual questions, what is an example of some recent work youve done that
Off the Beaten Path: North Austin Neighborhoods Attract with Mid-Century Charm
By Lynda Gonzalez
In a city demarcated by major roads South Congress, Guadalupe, Burnet Austin is home to a
pocket of neighborh
Women in the 1920s' Ku Klux Klan Movement
Author(s): Kathleen M. Blee
Source: Feminist Studies, Vol. 17, No. 1 (Spring, 1991), pp. 57-77
Published by: Feminist Studies, Inc.
Stable URL: http:/www.jstor.org/stable/3178170
Accessed: 11-02-2016 03:40 UTC
Oral History Society
Has feminist oral history lost its radical/subversive edge?
Author(s): Sherna Berger Gluck
Source: Oral History, Vol. 39, No. 2, PAST AND PRESENT (AUTUMN 2011), pp. 63-72
Published by: Oral History Society
Stable URL: http:/www.jstor.
Voting Rights Oral History Project
School of Journalism
University of Texas at Austin
Interview Subject: John Trevio Jr.
Interviewer: Zoey Lichtenheld
Number of Recorded Segments: 1
Interview length: 3:45:53
Reviewer: Zoey Lichtenheld
An Oral History of Our Time
Copyright 2003. Oxford University Press, USA. All rights reserved.
What is oral history?
Memory is the core of oral history, from which meaning can be extracted and preserved.
Simply put, oral history collects memorie
How did philosophy degree help him in his career?
How did he get into the business to begin with?
What got him out of the business? When did he finish, or what is he working on now?
Early life: What was it like growing up in East Los Angeles? D
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work with STBI) and that if theres any questions he feels uncomfortable answering, also if he needs to
drink water or go to the bathroom.
Oral History as Journalism
Spring 2017 Class Schedule, with Deadlines
Tentative; as of 1-10-17
Make sure to do the readings by the date they are listed.
For all of the readings, consider this: How could this reading add to the questions Ill
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Competitive Advantage 85 Effi ciency 86 Quality as Excellence and Reliability 86 Innovation 88
Customer Responsiveness 89 Business Models, the Value Chain, and Generic Dist
and are typically not difficult to obtain. Nike estimates that they sell products to more than
25,000 retail accounts in the United States. Nike products are found in a wide variety of retail
locations, including footwear stores, sporting goods stores, at
and Japan. Acushnet attributes about 42 percent of its sales to its international markets. The
company is very strong in the golf shoe and golf glove markets (FootJoy) and is the leading
producer in golf balls (Titleist). Between 2007 and 2008, net sales
Sarah. 2009 Beer Report: Beer defies the odds. 2009. Available at:
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2009 John and Sherry Ross Texas State Un
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thousands) PERIOD ENDING 31-Dec-08 31-Dec-07 31-Dec-06 Assets Current Assets Cash and
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of its European segments sales volume in fiscal 2007 (Drinks MarketWatch, 2009). Coors is
continuing its low carbohydrate and low-calorie craze. With the SABMiller joint venture, Coors
now brews or distributes Miller Lite, MGD 64 (only 64 calories), Milwa