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Let’s Help Veterans Tell their Stories

By Greg Eanes
AMU Alumnus and retired Air Force Colonel

Every veteran has a story to tell. I have been able to put my Military History degree from American Military University to work by authoring several military histories focused on my native Southside Virginia region.

It is now 70 years since the end of World War II and just over 60 years since the end of the Korean War. Every day, hundreds of veterans are dying without their personal stories ever getting told. AMU Military History program graduates need to put their degree to work and document the story of every aging veteran we can find in our local communities.

Writing Articles for LinkedIn

By Lavinia Tauro

Many people use LinkedIn’s publishing feature to promote their business and services, but there are very few people who are termed as LinkedIn influencers. There are some tips for optimizing the viewership of published work on LinkedIn.

What is the New Journalism?

By Steve Ryan Faculty Member, English at American Public University Today, more than 20 years after losing my job as a journalist with The Post during a well-publicized strike against owner Rupert Murdoch, I look at the newsstands in New York City and what do I see? The New York Post. But I don’t just see The Post. Amazing as that seems in 2013, there are still four major dailies selling on the streets of the Big Apple. Newspapers have not died; they have just adapted their ways. In many ways, it is a new journalism.