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Old MacDonald Had A Farm – Article

By on February 24, 2013
Turning the horsemeat scandal of 2013 into active news to demonstrate article writing skills.
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The Third Position In Journalism – Essay

By on January 11, 2013

In a field where the importance of objectivity and impartiality is forever being emphasized, the journalist is constantly being reminded of their moral and…

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Who Is Hussain? The Campaign – PhotoArticle

By on December 7, 2012
While waiting for my train at London Bridge Station a small group of commuters huddled around one particular poster got my attention, blood red with bold white letters, is today your day? It asked me. A man, it told me named Hussain, stood for justice. I wanted to know more.
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Mariam Mansour
London

Mariam is a 23 year old Journalism graduate and mediocre Starbucks Barista. A self-described hippy and a certified fangirl and weirdo. When she's not fangirling or attending comic cons or crying at the theatre, you'll find her reading or wondering aimlessly around London. Her mission in life is to encourage everyone she meets in her path to experience the joy she has upon reading books; to her, this can only be done by Breaking paperback Spines.

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