Category Archives: Off-beat

What it takes to run a Boston food truck

“One chicken biryani please,” a customer strained her voice as she tried to outdo the wind. Recognizing the voice, Krupanalini Manmohan turned away from her stove to peek over her husband’s shoulder as he rung up the customer’s order. “Hi, … Continue reading

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Northeastern University’s election post-mortem

At 7:29am, I woke up to see a Boston Globe breaking news alert that had been sent 4 hours earlier: Defying all expectations, Trump takes the White House. I am not a morning person, but in this moment I was … Continue reading

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Adam Glanzman: Things to look for while shooting

In preparation for our photo story assignment, our class got a chance to learn from Adam Glanzman, a Northeastern staff photographer and a freelance photojournalist. According to Glanzman there are four kinds of shots to look for while covering a photo story: … Continue reading

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Journalists thinking outside the box

A few days ago we had Tory Starr, a social media strategist and facilitator for national programming at WGBH, come in to talk to our class about social media’s impact on the journalism industry today. She covered several platforms of … Continue reading

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