Friday, September 28, 2012

One Thing at a Time

Advice on Writing

“I never think at all when I write. Nobody can do two things at the same time and do them well.” 

—Don Marquis (1878-1937), humorist, poet, columnist, author, playwright and creator of “Archy and Mehitabel”

• Editorial Comment: There’s thinking and breathing, thinking and talking, thinking and running for political office....

• Yesterday’s WORD: Did you miss yesterday’s WORDs from New York Times editorial writer Verlyn Klinkenborg, about the honesty of sentences? Click here.

News from our award-winning student news site, The Hard News Café 
Aggie TV News (video): 9/26/12 Homecoming Week at Utah State University. USU’s student newscast.
Mercy rule invoked as MC Mustangs pound Bonneville, by Danielle Manley 
Cub River sports complex to stay in county, Richmond says, by Heidi Vaughn 
Professional center at Gateway & 1st North OK’d by Providence, by Dani Hayes 
Opinion: A question of principle—I just can’t vote for Mitt, by Harry Caines
Demo challenger chides Congress on gridlock, urges voter turnout, by D. Whitney Smith
• The saga of labor activist Joe Hill, executed in Utah, wins Evans prize, by D. Whitney Smith
Diné Tah and Joe Hill: Books on the Navajo and labor leader win awards, by Natasha Bodily  
‘What do I do?’ Nontraditional students in the dark at USU, by Kelsie Davis 

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Fall Harvest on Utah’s Fruitway, Brigham City


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