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News: Monday Update 4/14/14 - YouTube

Hey Dons! Look, there's a ton of fours in today's date, huh. Well, aside from our astute observations on numbers, here are some more great observations in th...

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Introducing Our President-Elect

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After an extensive national search, the University of San Francisco’s Board of Trustees is excited to introduce Paul J. Fitzgerald, S.J. as the 28th president-elect. The unanimous vote ushers in a promising new era of Jesuit leadership for the university.

 

"President-elect Fitzgerald’s strong academic credentials, clear understanding of USF’s Jesuit mission, and proven leadership stood out among an exceptional pool of applicants." —Charles H. Smith, Chair, Presidential Search Committee

 

For more information on the President-Elect: http://bit.ly/1hYXnbd

 

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After months of wondering who will succeed Privett, now we know.  Best of luck President-Elect Fitzgerald.

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Op-ed: Remembering Roger Ebert

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Ebert died one year ago today. (RT @thedissolve: Op-ed: The state of film criticism, one year after Roger Ebert's death: http://t.co/xwtqxa5BJY)
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Cheers to the memory of a great man with a way of describing film like no other.

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News: Aca-West 2014 - YouTube

On March 23rd, ASUSF Voices hosted the first ever Aca-West Festival at USF. Workshops during the day and a concert that night made for a lot of great a cappe...
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And a full segment too!  If you missed it, here's a story on the recent a cappella festival that took place on campus.  And if you attended, well enjoy a recap!

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The Man Behind One Of The Darkest 'House Of Cards' Characters Opens Up

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Being the hacker consultant for "House of Cards" sounds like a great job, but it has its limitations: You can control the rats, but not the guinea pigs.

Gregg Housh, one of the few public faces of the hacking group Anonymous, spent six m...
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While this isn't "news commenting on news", I really like to see when other media take effort to have more depth.  This doesn't surprise me in the slightest, as House of Cards is one of my favorite shows to date and it executed so well.

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March 24, 2014 - Arianna Huffington

March 24, 2014 - Arianna Huffington | Intriguing News | Scoop.it
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappears mysteriously, Surgeon General nominee Dr. Vivek Murthy faces opposition, and Arianna Huffington redefines success in "Thrive."
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He is always on point, but his comments on the missing flight coverage is SPOT on. 

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Vote - University of San Francisco (USF)

Vote - University of San Francisco (USF) | Intriguing News | Scoop.it
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I know that a lot of my recent scoops have been about USF, but this one is very close to my heart.  I submitted an entry to the Student Video Contest and would love all the votes I can get.  Please vote, much appreciated!

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News: Monday Update 4/7/14 - YouTube

Happy April from Update! Here is our spring edition, the sixth of the series. The weather was so pleasant that we went outside again. Spring has finally spru...
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Yesterday's Update! Check out our sixth edition. Plus there's a new story segment that we think definitely will appeal to our on campus college viewers.
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News: Students of Color Events - YouTube

Recently USF had two events regarding the dialogue of students of color on campus: the Student of Color Forum and USF Without Their Quota. Produced
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And here's a third News segment I produced this week for USFtv!  Yep, this week was a busy one... yay more content!  This story is more on the hard school news side and covers students of color and their issues on campus at USF.  #usfca

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News: Monday Update 3/31/14 - YouTube

Hey viewers! Hope you get a kick out of our 5th edition of Update! Thanks for tuning in. Produced by Meagan Cuthill Anchors: Ingrid Van Diest and David Lilje...
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The weekly news segment I produce for USFtv!  This one's from yesterday and especially fun :)

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MAIL ON SUNDAY COMMENT: A biased BBC isn't worth its licence fee - Daily Mail

MAIL ON SUNDAY COMMENT: A biased BBC isn't worth its licence fee - Daily Mail | Intriguing News | Scoop.it
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MAIL ON SUNDAY COMMENT: A biased BBC isn't worth its licence fee
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The BBC's bias is most clearly shown by its frequent failures to pursue and interrogate those with whom it secretly sympathises.
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The Daily Mail throwing remarks at the BBC... just like it does at everything.  I have analyzed British press before and I like the style of bias better, then readers know angles more clearly.  Journalism CAN be subjective.

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Chris Matthews on what USF students want to know

Read Matthews's blog about it: http://on.msnbc.com/1fgev7U

 

Chris Matthews taught at USF (March 17-21) as a Distinguished Visiting Professor to teach in the Masters Program in Public Affairs and Practical Politics through the Leo T. McCarthy Center. During his week long course, he focused on practical politics, helping students to learn strategies and techniques of advancing the public good. Matthews also provided a broader context of theoretical and philosophical issues around negotiation, compromise, and working together for the common good.

 

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