Thought of the day: A case for personal censorship

I was fuming about an article I read on Facebook today. Someone I don’t know posted a link to an article about journalism on one of my “friend’s” pages. When it popped up on my news feed, I clicked on it like any nosy Facebook user. It led me to an article I didn’t necessarily … Continue reading Thought of the day: A case for personal censorship


Seeing Coffee Differently

By Kara Hackett At Gregorys Coffee, drinks are an art form. “We train our baristas in latte art,” said assistant manager Jackie Jackitis behind the counter at 58 West 44th Street in Manhattan, N.Y. Jackitis has worked at Gregorys for almost two years. She chats with customers in line, calling some of them by name, … Continue reading Seeing Coffee Differently

True Experts

Low profile sources provide perceptive perspectives By Kara Hackett All that’s left of the old Bible college is a small white house called the Fort Wayne Alumni and Friends Resource Center. As a Taylor University student representative, I had to report the legacy of our predecessor in Fort Wayne, Ind., to our Alumni Relations office … Continue reading True Experts