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Looking Back at Humans of Columbia


There aren’t many places in the world where you can walk by an alley, see four people standing in it with cameras, and think very little of it. 488 more words


Who am I and What am I Doing Here? My J2150 Introduction


With the fun that was J2100 in the rearview mirror, I have now moved my focus to J2000 <opinion censored> and J2150. I am excited to learn about multimedia journalism this semester; it’s important to know what to do and what not to do before pointing a camera at someone. 564 more words


Engaging women: Reflecting the reality of your audience

A few months ago, The New York Times’ comment moderator, Marie Tessier grew tired of seeing a lack in representation of women’s voices throughout the discussion section. 614 more words


Microaggressions, Missouri and what have you

Several times this week, I missed the UPS driver who was trying to deliver some wine to my house.

He or she tried three times, but never at the same time of day, to deliver the box. 841 more words

Update: Univ. of Missouri professor under fire resigns

The University of Missouri’s journalism school praised a student journalist Tuesday after he stood his ground and asserted his First Amendment right to take pictures of a campus protest, despite aggressive pushback from a mob of students and faculty members. 772 more words


Missouri Honor Medalists discuss sexism with women in media

Monday, Oct. 26 three Missouri Honor Medal recipients, Meredith Artley, Barbara Ehrenreich and Merrill Perlman spoke to an overflowing room about the realities of women working in media. 496 more words


White House Dreaming

Imagine this: a young, college student (politely) pushing her way to the front of the crowd to get a good seat in a small conference room. 371 more words