White House Correspondent Visits Lynn For Dialogues Speaker Series Project Civitas recently invited White House Correspondent Darlene Superville, a journalist with 30 years of service with the Associated Press, to speak to the Lynn community in the Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center. Established by Dr. Robert Watson, professor, author, historian and…
The AP’s Senior White House Correspondent Visits Lynn The Associated Press’ Senior White House Correspondent Darlene Superville visited Lynn’s campus to discuss her career and her thoughts on journalism in the current political climate. The Associated Press (AP), a not-for-profit news cooperative, stations teams in over 100 countries to research and report breaking news….
With the election at the forefront of most voters’ minds, Americans are closing in on their decisions of who to vote for. While everyone has been paying close attention to Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican candidate Donald Trump, third party candidates have been relegated to inferior status in the news media.
If a Hillary Clinton loss denies history a first female president narrative, then the unconventional, controversy-driven antics of her opponent Donald Trump may chronicle another historic tale.