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MBL Journalism Program: Giving Science Writers a Fresh Start at Science

The Marine Biological Laboratory, founded in 1888 in the small coastal town of Woods Hole, Massachusetts, was kind enough to [More...]

May 28, 2016 Health, Journalism/Communications, Travel & Culture
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WWII Fighter Pilot Chances Death in Japanese Skies and Later Becomes Local Leader

Anna Ebersole and her husband, Bill, settle into chairs along their dining table, freshly clear of newspaper and mail to [More...]

May 6, 2016 History, Journalism/Communications, Photo
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What Happened When American States Tried Providing Tuition-Free College

Last March, the Federal Reserve reported student debt across the U.S. at about $1.2 trillion. Meanwhile, more than two-thirds of new [More...]

May 2, 2016 History, Journalism/Communications
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World War II Airman Readied Planes for D-Day, Other Major Operations

On Ponce de Leon Avenue in Lake City, Carlos Crews lives on a mini farm, complete with donkeys, goats, geese, [More...]

March 17, 2016 History, Journalism/Communications, Photo
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Prejudice Holds Tuskegee Airman Back, But Not from His Wings or Forever

Lt. Col. Phelps. Perhaps the figure is an allegory for the discrimination that black soldiers went through during World War [More...]

March 13, 2016 History, Journalism/Communications, Photo
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One of Marines’ First Women Helped Pave Way for Military Acceptance

It’s 1942, or maybe early 1943, and in the basement of the Department of the Treasury in Washington D.C., June [More...]

March 9, 2016 History, Journalism/Communications, Photo