Review of NPR’s coverage of the inauguration.
Review of BBC and Al-Jazeera Inaugural Day coverage.
Thanksgiving 2008. “We need a socialist revolution!” declared my dad with all the fervor of a scholar who has spent the majority of his adult life studying the texts of Marx and Lenin, the theories of capitalism and imperialism, and traveling to Russia and Cuba when Americans weren’t supposed to travel to Russia or Cuba. […]
As I pulled the old wooden doors open to the Chapel on North Campus around 11:15 a.m. and walked in to witness what the media had coined as “history in the making,” I’m not sure what exactly to expect. I walk past the “No Food or Drink” sign and a police officer on his cell […]
The “Queen of all Media” gossiped the inauguration day away with updates of the events, mixed among the usual celebrity drama, of course.
By the time I settle into the room, it’s packed – upwards of 40 people are parked on couches and sitting at tables next to strangers. Comfort levels – unaffected. The accommodations are scarce. It’s 11:36 a.m., and “Hail to the Chief” plays from the two plasma screen TVs in Snelling’s Georgia Room. The announcer […]
Inauguration night is celebrated at the Georgia Theater in downtown Athens, Ga.
Text messages sent from the Obama Administration help bring in those who couldn’t make it to the inaugural events.
Review of Conservative Talk Show host Rush Limbaugh’s coverage of Inauguration Day.
Review of E! News’ inaugural coverage.