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Managing editor , alum of & . Can't resist a good story. Pitch me: cahalan@texasobserver.org
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Rose 13h
Love this. 👏 👏 👏,
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Rose 13h
Replying to @evan7257
Please take ours, we hate them
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Rose 14h
“I think women are speaking loudly and clearly about their desire for change,” told .
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Rose Feb 18
Spend your summer interning at : Three positions are available: digital, news and culture. Apply by March 29.
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Pamela Colloff Feb 18
This is a new journalism award and it carries a $5,000 prize. 👇The last day to apply is February 28th.
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Rose Feb 18
Replying to @asher_elbein
highly recommend!
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Rose Feb 18
"In hopes of protecting their religious right to discriminate against LGBTQ people, Texas conservatives have turned to a perplexing new message this legislative session: ." Latest from :
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Rose Feb 18
Stayed up too late last night finishing this incredible book! It's like a darker, feminist "Lonesome Dove," with lyrical writing, lonesome Western landscapes, and outlaws. I really loved it.
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Rose Feb 15
Oops! We've just corrected that headline. Apologies for the error, and thank you for noting!
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Rose Feb 15
I'm definitely picking up 's new book after this review: "The soundscape rumbles with the ghosts of every kid-led adventure story that ever broke your heart."
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Rose Feb 15
“Some places are going to be avoided, but what about the rest of us?" a fifth-generation landowner told . "Some people think, ‘Oh it’s just one house you’re going to lose,’ well it’s my home; it’s my history.”
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Rose Feb 14
The Border Debate is Changing at the Capitol. With Newfound Influence, Can Democrats Go Beyond Playing Defense? by
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Rose Feb 14
“We’re sending the kids to these places thinking they’re safe," parent Hilda Villegas told .
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Rose Feb 12
"On its 430-mile Gulfward journey, the pipeline would gash the Texas Hill Country, a quickly growing and environmentally sensitive region that’s been relatively untouched by oil and gas development," writes
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Naveena Sadasivam Feb 12
Don't mess with the butterfly people. “We will not stand idly by as the bulldozers roll in. We will not wait to be heard, until sometime after our land has been seized and destroyed for this racist wall.”
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Rose Feb 11
"We take journalistic objectivity to be as natural and immutable as the stars, but it’s a relatively short-lived artifact of 20th-century America."
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Rose Feb 11
What it feels like to find your own name on the AG's false list of 95,000 "potential non-citizen voters": "For a moment, I wondered if I had done something wrong," writes . "I was appalled and infuriated."
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Rose Feb 11
146 weekly newspapers and 14 dailies have closed in Texas since 2004 — half of them in rural areas. spoke with residents of these "news deserts":
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Rose Feb 8
. has been following the legal battle over Texas' fetal burial law for two years now. Her latest update: a coalition of faith groups argue that the law curtails religious freedom
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Rose Feb 8
"Constructing a wall in Laredo’s urban center would devastate our landscape, ecology, cultural heritage and quality of life," write enviro advocates with
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