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Onward & Upward

ETHAN MAY

I have always taken pride in working hard. Up to this point in my life, working hard has been enough to be successful. Successful in that I was able to achieve both what I was asked to do and what I wanted to do. 227 more words

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My Day At The Capitol

ETHAN MAY

Knowing that I’m usually in the newsroom early, a classmate texted me at about 8:15 Friday morning to ask me to cover the GA desk for her because she thought she may be late. 814 more words

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So much breaking news!!

ETHAN MAY

The newsroom was unusually quiet this morning. It turns out this silence was the calm before both a literal and figurative storm.

Each reporter was sitting at their own desk working on one of their many projects. 210 more words

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rəˈpôrt

ETHAN MAY

Oh that word. It’s so important.

Something John said during orientation may actually be one of my biggest takeaways from this course. Journalists must report, report, report and, if the reporting is done well, the writing will do itself. 250 more words

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An Emotional Week

ETHAN MAY

Newsrooms need more puppies.

I had written the title for this blog at the beginning of the week with the intention of writing about my experiences of writing the… 392 more words

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Patience

ETHAN MAY

It is a virtue, and it is a must for journalists.

While technology has made the profession much easier, it also adds a new set of challenges. 270 more words

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Ethics are Everywhere: Journalism in a Social Media World

ETHAN MAY

My 78-year-old grandmother spent her childhood riding a donkey to a one-room school house. Today she watches St. Louis Cardinals baseball on her 50 inch flat screen television while playing Words With Friends on her iPhone 6. 387 more words

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