For an update on what I’ve been up to in LA, click here!
I don’t know if other journalists do this, but I’ve had a list of people I’d love to interview before I even knew I wanted to be one.
For an update on what I’ve been up to in LA click here!
Over the past four-ish years I’ve been met with the same responses whenever I’m asked about my major. I either get Wow! Journalism? So am I going to see you on the television one day? or Journalism? You know there aren’t any jobs in that right?
Hello! After a little hiatus from my regular posting last semester, I decided to get back into the habit of posting blogs on my website. Didn’t want to let this thing sit and collect dust.
I hate driving. I hate driving for long amounts of time. And I especially hate driving in silence.
After speaking with Christine Loman and Katie Kramer, social media editors for publications in upstate NY, my biggest take-away was how much I still didn’t know about the role of social media in the journalism world.
To say I’ve been waiting a long time for this album is an understatement. After falling in love with Smith’s vocals with his debut full-length album “In The Lonely Hour” back in 2014 I went back and downloaded as much of his previous work as I could find. Some of my all-time favorites of his remain from his “Nirvana” EP, such as the acoustic version of “Latch” and “Money on my Mind.”
This past Wednesday I attended a panel through my college’s CSCRE department titled “Let the Hoes Speak: Cardi B & CupcaKe, Rethinking Intersectionality Through Ratchetness.” Despite a few initial hiccups due to an unexpectedly large crowd and computer problems, the panel presented many ideas and topics that I had never thought of before.