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On this edition of A-TV News, you'll find coverage on armistice day events and how people in the valley honored veterans. Also, you can learn about what it's like to be a training female cadet as we continue our series on the ROTC. Finally, we've got a story on USU's Native American pageant. Let us know which of this week's stories you enjoyed the most on our Facebook page.

Producer: Zachary Aedo


Today's WORD on Journalism

good reminder“Tweeting and trolling are easy. Mastering the arts of conversation and measured debate is hard. Texting is easy. Writing a proper letter is hard. Looking stuff up on Google is easy. Knowing what to search for in the first place is hard. Having a thousand friends on Facebook is easy. Maintaining six or seven close adult friendships over the space of many years is hard. Swiping right on Tinder is easy. Finding love — and staying in it — is hard.”


—Bret Stephens, opinion columnist, “How Plato Foresaw Facebook’s Folly,” The New York Times, Nov. 16, 2018.






 

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