Tags » News Reporting

Cyber attacks likely to increase by 2025, a new Pew Internet survey reveals

By Miranda Siwak

Many news sites are saying that yesterday the White House suffered a cyber attack. This accompanies the constant websites for mainstream businesses that have been hacked. 853 more words

News Reporting

Habitat for Humanity CEO Jonathan Reckford speaks at Elon University, Oct. 28 as Elon prepares to focus more on service opportunities upon graduation

By Miranda Siwak

Good service starts with the heart. By fostering relationships and connecting with individuals from other communicates, a greater passion to volunteer is developed. 1,021 more words

Elon

Reactions to Andrea Elliot's piece 'Invisible Child' in The New York Times

Note: I began this post somewhat intending to be a close read of “Invisible Child.” After the first section, I had to stop partially because it was so long (I read the entirety) and partially because I got so invested in the story, I completely lost track of trying to make notations. 898 more words

News Reporting

Periclean Scholars class of 2015 host "Stand Up for Freedom" human trafficking education week

By Miranda Siwak

The Periclean Scholars class of 2015 is hosting a “Stand Up for Freedom: Human Trafficiking and Restavek Education Week,” Oct. 27-31.

“Our class is working to raise awareness about the problem of human trafficking not only in Haiti, but worldwide, as well as raise funds to help the Restavek Freedom Foundation in Haiti. 253 more words

Elon

Elon University Communications LLC hosts study abroad meeting for Communications majors

By Miranda Siwak

Elon University houses many Living Learning Communities, which must host events and activities that pertain to the LLC theme. The Communications LLC… 168 more words

Elon

Reaping the Rewards of Reporting

For the past month, I’ve been covering the story of a family who created a business to support their epileptic daughter. Before this story, I had never written anything this long, or anything that required reporting that deep. 380 more words

Personal

Former Associated Press journalist Walter Mears talks to journalism students at Elon University, Oct. 20

By Miranda Siwak

The nonfiction account of the 1972 presidential elections, “Boys on the Bus” by Timothy Crouse, focused on those who cover the campaign, rather than the actual campaign: the reporters on the press bus. 1,069 more words

News Reporting