This week begins Week 6 of the National Journalism
Center’s Summer 2010 program, and interns have published nearly 200
articles in the first five weeks!
The 38 interns have been furiously
reporting at their specific placements, from Human Events and The Washington
Times, to Radio America and WUSA Channel 9 in Washington, D.C. Pieces have centered on subjects
including the BP oil spill, the emergence of the tea party activists, Kagan and
the debate about her Supreme Court nomination, and the 2010 World Cup in South
Africa. Make sure you check out the articles linked below!
Michaela Martens, The Hill - Lawmakers share World Cup enthusiasm
Nick Dean, CNSnews.com - Tea Party activists are out-lobbying liberals, liberal leader says
Nik Nelson, The Weekly Standard - Kagan Led Charge Against Partial-Birth Abortion Bill
Molly Jasinski, USA Today - 5 Tips for Making your Charity's Twitter a Success
Paul Conner, The Daily Caller - CBO: House financial regulation reform bill would increase deficit by $19.7B
Rachel Duke, The Washington Times - Military Abortion Issue Returns
Joel Gehrke, Washington Examiner - In Fla., 'green jobs' means no new jobs at all
Stephen Groves, Virginia Statehouse News - Virginia revs up for speed limit increase
Catch all of the articles from summer inters on Delicious , and follow NJC on Twitter for instant updates! Want to be the next NJC intern? Apply today for our fall program!