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Rian Bosse

Rian Bosse is a PhD student at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism. He earned his undergraduate degree in English from Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, Michigan in 2012 and worked for a small daily newspaper, the Daily Journal, in his hometown of Fergus Falls, Minnesota shortly thereafter. He started at the Cronkite School in 2014 as a graduate student and teaching assistant. A number of news organizations have published his stories and photographs, including Time, the Minneapolis Star Tribune, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, St. Paul Pioneer Press and the Associated Press. He enjoys finding interesting angles in everyday stories and combining his interests in visual and written storytelling.

My Latest Articles

A guide to covering Millennials

Over the past few months, we’ve covered a lot of stories with a focus on Millennials, now the largest generation in the country. It’s ranged over

Who to follow on #FinanceTwitter

Twitter is incredibly helpful for journalists looking for up to the minute developments while covering a beat, but the amount of information coming down a feed can be overwhelming. Every now and

What Google plans with Alphabet

Google surprised the tech and financial worlds on Monday when it announced plans to restructure under the new name Alphabet Inc. The move brought a mixture of

Women stars produce movie profits

This weekend, you can catch Meryl Streep in the debut of Ricki and the Flash, a comedy-drama about an aging rock star (yes, Streep.) It

Vehicles get older, loans longer

New cars have turned high-tech, loaded with features you usually find on smartphones. But even with all these gadgets available in new cars, vehicles on

Big profits from video gaming

Performance-enhancing drugs have been a controversy in sports for some time. Now, the problem has crossed over to the virtual world. The Electronic Sports League,

The big problem of wasting food

During his show “Last Week Tonight” on Sunday, HBO’s comedy news anchor John Oliver put the spotlight on a serious problem here in the United States: food


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