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So, who am I?

I am one of about 21 million people between the ages of 18 and 24 in the US attending a public university. More specifically I am a student at The University of Minnesota-Duluth, studying journalism and hoping to get out with a degree in the next couple years. 348 more words


Saying Goodbye to an Old Friend

Old days are good days

One of the benefits of living in one place for a long time is a sense of living history.
This is especially true in small towns, such as Laguna Beach. 704 more words

Laguna Beach

Chapter 8 Synthesis: Terrorism, War and Disaster Reporting Brings Death and Despair Alive

by Jordan Spritzer

“Nation Stands in Disbelief and Horror” by Bryan Gruley.  September 12, 2001 The Wall Street Journal

In the chaos of massive tragedies such as 9/11, it’s hard where to even think about where to begin.  948 more words

Chasing the byline

It’s already week five of the semester which means I’ve had hundreds of cups of coffee, countless all nighters and interviews. I’ve been attending numerous events, making many phone calls and writing tons of stories. 112 more words


Detransitionning After Being Rejected as a Trans Woman: An Answer to Bad Reporting

I’ve seen several newspapers reporting on this Daily Mail article on Matthew Attonley, generally making even more horrible a fairly badly written, sensationalist article about a virtual non-story.

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Gender Issues

What I've Been Up to Since May...

So it feels like I’ve been doing a lot since my last update in May, but when I look at the list of things I want to mention, it doesn’t seem like enough. 1,207 more words


Dumb, Dumber and Dumbest!!

Well if you haven’t heard the news already, 4 University of Kentucky football players have been suspended for this weekend’s game against South Carolina. This may seem intriguing and you might be wondering what these players did to get suspended for such an important game? 305 more words

Blog Assignments For COMM 303

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