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TM21NU's Topic[edit]

Love Lies Bleeding (new article; has disambiguation page)

A ballet performed by the Alberta Ballet, inspired and performed to only Elton John songs.

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TM21NU, this looks like a good topic: it's mentioned in a number of national sources and ABC itself has an article. -Reagle (talk) 16:00, 18 September 2020 (UTC)

Mambonumber7's Topic[edit]

Omegaverse (extending)

A subgenre of erotic fiction, originally a subgenre of erotic fan fiction. I plan on focusing on the related lawsuits.

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Mambonumber7, interesting topic! The question is if you think you have enough material to add 4 or 5 substantive paragraphs? I'm a fan of Busse's work, so she could be a great scholarly source. You might also check Google Scholar. Including more material from the actual case has potential, but remember you shouldn't be doing "original research" (i.e., making your own arguments and interpretations). -Reagle (talk) 14:08, 23 September 2020 (UTC)

Willraptorsfan's Topic[edit]

2020 New York Yankees season (extending)

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Willraptorsfan, what do you plan on expanding? Will you have enough material to add 4 or 5 substantive paragraphs? -Reagle (talk) 14:08, 23 September 2020 (UTC)


TessBroll's Topic[edit]

Boston Ballet School (extending section or creating new article)

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TessBroll, you'll need to find some more sources -- though Boston Magazine and Boston Globe are a good start. I'm hoping you could find something historical in a book, but I'm not seeing anything right now. Perhaps User:AmandaRR123 or User:LibrarianBTeam have suggestions. -Reagle (talk) 14:08, 23 September 2020 (UTC)
The Boston Globe seems to be a great resource for this! I might actually use that as a demo in class, but also you can take a look here: https://library.northeastern.edu/research/resources/items/boston-globe-current-and-historical-1872-present-proquest AmandaRR123 (talk) 16:36, 25 September 2020 (UTC)

Crohbar's Topic[edit]

Yoon Ahn

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Crohbar, those are decent sources; hopefully we can find more. Also, you'll have to be careful of appearing promotional -Reagle (talk) 14:35, 23 September 2020 (UTC).

8isfate's Topic[edit]

3RACHA (production & rap group) (expand/divorce redirect to [[Stray Kids ]])

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8isfate, I don't know what people will think of naver.com, especially as its in Korean, and the other sources are on the promotional side. I think this topic is risky as a distinct article. Expanding 3RACHA content on Stray Kids is less so, but would you have enough content even then? -Reagle (talk) 14:35, 23 September 2020 (UTC)

Shaquille's Topic[edit]

The Sugar Barons, by Matthew Parker

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Walters.snortheastern.edu, I'm glad to see you finished your sources and similars. I also see you deleted my comment as a consequence. While that make sense in a way (like checking/dismissing a suggestion in Word or GDoc) you don't ever want to edit or delete someone else's words on Wikipedia. It'd be considered the height of rudeness. You should instead respond to the comment.
Like this! :) -Reagle (talk) 16:55, 25 September 2020 (UTC)