Sarah Glenn

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Objectivity: Does it really matter?

Oh how I loved keeping my political opinions a sacred secret! The battle cry of election year coverage was “attack!” regardless of what side the quotes and gaffes and policy came from. We ripped through to the truth on both sides. I carefully watched myself to make sure that the ripping on one side was […]

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Defining ‘U.S.’ from abroad

“He who does not travel does not know the value of men.” — Moorish proverb. We were standing in the parking lot of our Grenada apartment complex. As the Canadian couple next door put their little baby to sleep and the Iranian family two doors over came home from a long day of studying, a […]

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