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Last Week

ETHAN MAY

I still remember my first day of high school. In P.E. I sat on the gym floor looking at the seniors in my class like they giants. 299 more words

Missouri School Of Journalism

Facebook Page Introduction

ETHAN MAY

Thank you for visiting my new professional Facebook page! Instead of creating a post for every article I have published to this point, I’m going to share their links in this blog post and you can explore as you would like. 1,065 more words

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My First Election Day in the Newsroom

ETHAN MAY

My day began at 5:30 a.m. It started with a boom and a news report.

The boom came from thunder and the subsequent rattling of the window near my bed. 813 more words

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Sticking Out & Shoe-Leather Journalism

ETHAN MAY

I am somewhat old school in that I still wake up each morning to a radio station playing on an old-fashioned alarm clock. I do not use my phone with an obnoxious tone like many others do. 521 more words

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Early Mornings and Late Nights

ETHAN MAY

I enroll in the school of thought that believes journalists are only allowed to use a quote in a lede once in their entire career. 453 more words

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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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