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These coffee shops, all of which have free Wi-Fi, lots of outlets, physical space, good music, a variety of food options, and great coffee, do not suck.
I went to the Brooklyn Book Festival to buy books, as one does. I didn’t buy any books.
While the majority of our readers are likely beyond college age, it’s still fun to wistfully remember one's bright college years. Or whatever they were.
So in the spirit of the best-of listicles that overwhelm our feeds at the end of the year, here are the 10 best colleges for aspiring journalists.
Now that communicating across vast distances is dependent on little more than a strong Internet connection, the process for becoming a foreign correspondent is simpler than ever: become a freelancer.