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Entries by Rebecca Harrington from 02/2010

NYC Assignment Desk: Matthew Weiner at the Rubin and Chromeo at the Guggenheim

Posted 02.02.2010 | New York

Prosecuting Genocide, War Crimes, And Crimes Against Humanity: The Weaknesses and Strengths Of International Justice Part of NYU's Conflict Securit...

Idiotarod 2010: Not For The Weak

Posted 02.03.2010 | New York

Produced by HuffPost's Eyes & Ears Citizen Journalism Unit Despite its derogatory name, the Idiotarod demands an almost James Bond-like cunning fro...

Trash Talk

Posted 02.03.2010 | Huffington Post

Neat freaks, beware of Brownsville, steer clear of Morrisania and forget about Chinatown. These are some of the neighborhoods that received the wor...

Trash Talk

Posted 02.03.2010 | Huffington Post

Neat freaks, beware of Brownsville, steer clear of Morrisania and forget about Chinatown. These are some of the neighborhoods that received the wo...

Trash Talk

Posted 02.03.2010 | Huffington Post

This article also appeared in the Gotham Gazette Neat freaks, beware of Brownsville, steer clear of Morrisania and forget about Chinatown. Thes...

Chefs Gather In Brooklyn For Taco Competition

Posted 02.04.2010 | New York

Produced by HuffPost's Eyes & Ears Citizen Journalism Unit Last Sunday, 30 amateur chefs gathered at The Bell House in Gowanus Brooklyn to compete ...

Tea Party Convention Heading For Bankruptcy?

Posted 02.05.2010 | Politics

Produced by HuffPost's Eyes & Ears Citizen Journalism Unit Today marks the first full day of the National Tea Party Convention. Attendees will hear ...

Trash Talk

Posted 02.05.2010 | New York

Neat freaks, beware of Brownsville, steer clear of Morrisania and forget about Chinatown. These are some of the neighborhoods that received the wors...

Auction At Stella D'oro: Nostalgia For Some, Bargain Hunting For Others

Posted 02.10.2010 | New York

Produced by HuffPost Eyes&Ears Citizen Journalism Unit in collaboration with The Bronx Ink at the Columbia Journalism School. Ovens the size of pick-...

Snow Storm 2010: Pictures From Around New York

Posted 02.11.2010 | New York

Produced by HuffPost Eyes&Ears Citizen Journalism Unit in collaboration with The Brooklyn Ink at the Columbia Journalism School. Yesterday, a record-...

Iran Social Media Facing Serious Obstacles

Posted 02.11.2010 | World

Citizen journalists faced serious obstacles in Iran today. News outlets are reporting that during the lead-up to the 31st anniversary of the Iranian r...

Download Your Week Of Eating In Spending Tracker

Posted 02.12.2010 | Green

Making your own food is a great way to save money. There are so many examples of how making your own food is way less expensive (and less wasteful in ...

Jonathan Ames and Friends Celebrate Anti-Valentine's Day

Posted 02.12.2010 | New York

A bad breakup can do a lot for one's creativity. That seemed to be the take away message of Thursday's Jonathan Ames emceed, Anti-Valentine's Day cel...

Olympics Protest in Vancouver: SLIDESHOW

Posted 02.12.2010 | Sports

Protestors lined the streets in Vancouver today, disrupting the path of the Olympic torch and forcing it to reroute. Protestors gathered for different...

NY Assignment Desk: Paulson at the 92Y, Mardi Gras, Fire Fighter Date Auction

Posted 02.16.2010 | New York

Huffington Post continues its local coverage with the help of the Eyes&Ears Citizen Journalism Unit. To join the local reporting team and received adv...

WWE Or Bust

Posted 02.17.2010 | New York

Produced by HuffPost Eyes&Ears Citizen Journalism Unit in collaboration with The Brooklyn Ink at the Columbia Journalism School. Dreams of turning pr...

Emory University Professor Makes Important Faulkner Discovery

Posted 02.18.2010 | College

Emory English Professor Sally Wolff-King recently discovered a link between Nobel Prize-winning author William Faulkner and an antebellum journal that...

USF's School Of Global Sustainability Will Be First In The Nation

Posted 02.18.2010 | Huffington Post

It will be the first in the state, even the nation. That's the reason USF held a celebration in honor of a new school to open in the fall. USF's Sc...

USF Athletes Get MacBooks, Private Jet

Posted 02.18.2010 | College

USF Athletics has added a number of new things this year. It now offers personal MacBooks to student athletes, and it's undergoing multi-million dolla...

Anti-Abortion Group Hosts UFlorida Event, Draws Protestors

Posted 02.18.2010 | College

Hundreds of students lost their appetites when they walked past the pictures of bloody fetuses displayed on the Reitz Union North Lawn and the Plaza o...

COLUMN: Uniting Families

Posted 02.18.2010 | College

Under current laws, gay citizens aren't allowed to transfer citizenship to immigrant spouses like straight couples. This is an example of "our broken ...

COLUMN: National Media Distorts Images Of Muslims

Posted 02.18.2010 | College

I am ashamed to see the way my faith is being portrayed in mainstream media, and I think the world needs to understand the real meaning of Islam, a wo...

COLUMN: Sympathy For Mentally Ill Requires Awareness, Openness

Posted 02.18.2010 | College

University years, typically when arresting uncertainty and ambiguity proliferate, are a particularly trying time for the mentally ill. As someone who ...

Towson Snowball Fight Draws Hundreds

Posted 02.18.2010 | College

More than two feet of snow blanketed Towson this weekend, but it didn't stop students from dressing in their warmest gear to participate in a campus-w...

Towson Junior Fights To Erase The "R" Word

Posted 02.18.2010 | College

Rianna Stokes, a Towson junior, is doing her part to promote the pledge, "Spread the Word to End the Word" sponsored by Special Olympics and Best Budd...