In part three of our series on grammar, we take a look at sentence construction.
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Journalism professors who travelled to Tanzania and Liberia for Journalists for Human Rights encountered inspiring students eager to learn, societies hungry for news and university programs that faced some daunting challenges.
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The Halifax Chronicle Herald faced a choice: break the law, or defy the wishes of a dead girl’s parents.
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How journalism professors across the country dealt with teaching freedom of expression, editorial judgment and cultural awareness in the wake of Charlie Hebdo.
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When journalists are intimidated by math, why would we expect them to be any good at covering health and science?
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