How Do You Get Your News?

What is your favorite way to read the news each day? Do you read a printed newspaper, an online news site, social media, or do you watch a television news station? Share your preference on this week's Hopkins Happenings' Cast Your Vote.

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Bonnie C January 2, 2014 at 1:48 pm

I don't have time to sit and read a newspaper. I get my news "fix" from soundbites online (while waiting for something else), or listening to tv or radio while doing something else. It would be great to actually have an hour to sit and read each day, but my schedule just doesn't allow it.

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Martha Zeiger December 23, 2013 at 7:09 am

JHUSOM should be on our home page. Our home page is primarily JHU undergraduate information and not relevant to our needs.

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Cheryl Stigler December 23, 2013 at 5:12 am

I read the Hopkins Happenings online, I prefer the newspaper. However, I live in another state and this is the only way for me to stay connected.

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