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Adviser interviews editor in chief on last four years of journalism

After last week, I was excited to get to work on my second podcast and to actually interview someone. It took me a while to decide on whom to interview because there were so many options at my school. 486 more words


Podcasting opens doors

About two years ago, a friend of mine introduced me to the podcast Myths and Legends by Jason Weiser. At the time, podcasts weren’t something I had ever really found interest in, but I decided to give it a try because my commute to school was 30 minutes. 531 more words


Blogging for the first time

Well, hello there being a 17 year old girl having no experience about professional writing believe it or not this is my first ever blog. 587 more words


Dog helps adviser enhance photography skills

After picking up a camera when I was 16 and working with them for the past ten years, I wasn’t really sure if there was much left for me to learn walking through an introductory photography lesson. 543 more words


Week 6: The Modern Journalist

The battle between the press and the President has been mind-boggling to those of us who understand journalism and the need for it. Seeing your profession, something you believe in, tarnished by the most high-ranking citizen is gut-wrenching and infuriating. 275 more words


Week 5: Sensitive Topics in Journalism

Opioid addiction. Racism. Gender equality. These are some of the topics my students have tackled in their In-Depth section of our monthly newspaper over the past few years. 294 more words


One School Finds that Students Do Better When they Stay With One Advisor...Even After Switching Majors

The University of Texas San Antonio restructured their professional advising program to better support their students.  Read more at the link below.