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Friday Critiques: October 28th, 2016

By¬†ADAM GOLDMAN and ALAN RAPPEPORT, NY Times Article Summary: New emails supposedly involving Hillary Clinton shake public opinion just weeks before the election. Donald Trump is now slowly catching up in the polls. Evaluation: This article was extremely detailed and insightful. There were multiple pictures included in the article as well. The only problem was… Continue reading Friday Critiques: October 28th, 2016

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Friday Critiques: October 21st, 2016

By CBS News Article Summary: At a dinner party hosted by Al Smith, Presidential nominee Donald Trump and his opponent Democrat Hillary Clinton engaged in a heated argument caught by the press. Evaluation: The article opens well with a short paragraph detailing the basic facts regarding the incident. However, later on in the article, there… Continue reading Friday Critiques: October 21st, 2016

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Friday Critiques: October 14th, 2016

By Dina Nayeri, NY Times Article Summary: The article details the story of a recently divorced woman breaking the unfortunate news to her distant, conservative, Muslim father. Evaluation: This article flowed very well and the author’s use of intricate details and sentence variety made it very easy and interesting to read. I personally think the… Continue reading Friday Critiques: October 14th, 2016

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Friday Critiques: October 7th 2016

By Rong-Gong Lin II, LA Times Article Summary: Earthquakes are discovered to occur a shocking 15 miles deep below Earth’s surface in California. This has significantly impacted scientists understanding of earthquakes. If earthquakes can happen that deep within the earth among molten hot lava then scientists can very well underestimate the potential strength and destructive… Continue reading Friday Critiques: October 7th 2016