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0.These are the stories published in each class during the spring 2014 semester. With a partner, review and discuss the stories published in your section, and fill out the ballot provided to you in class.

Section 001 | Mondays, 11 a.m.

Gender inequality in politics

Older students overcome struggles

Veterans getting back to work

Love is a click away

Local brands going national

City fights homelessness

Pot not always a draw for women

Women address combat issues

More black college students graduate

Towson crime a real issue

Funding Towson baseball

Through the lens

Philanthropy in action

Saving children through baseball

Students dedicate time to improve safety in the Inner Harbor

Loving the skin you’re in

Non-profits create leagues for youth sports

Section 002 | Tuesdays, 11 a.m.

Can schools improve cyberbullying problems?

Mixed job outlook for class of 2014

Critics skeptical of CrossFit

Drummin’ up business

Grading Maryland LGBT Rights

Designed to fail: Pokemon fandom produces culture

Urban artists move inside

Food trucks in jeopardy

Turning vacants into gardens

Path to U.S. not easy

Rehabbing Maryland Animals

Curbing food deserts

Better housing for students

Feeding the hungry with deer

Marijuana support increases in Maryland

Film Union lobbies for 12-hour day

Inconsistent employment of people with disabilities

Invisible cause, invisible clubs

Downtown bike network makes a more bikeable Baltimore

Farming for the city

Occupy protesters revitalize activism

Microfinance helps Baltimore and the world

Annie E. Casey’s contributions to Baltimore

Baltimore without borders

Section 003 | Mondays, 3:30 p.m.

Teens more stressed than adults

Six years a student

Students baited by phishing scams

Making bread off gluten free

From amateur comic to headliner

Adderall, the straight “A” pill

Vaping to stop smoking

Too many pit bulls, too few homes

Gambling addiction on the rise

Transfer students struggling to transition

Finding a home for the homeless

After crime increase, kiosks gone

Joining the workforce

Adults on the spectrum

Ending stigma, teaching hope

Baltimore United Viewfinders

Creating Cool0.0. Kids for Life

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