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Draft Disaster for my interview with Zack Bean

He said so much that I thought was important so I tried to keep his words as close to exact as I could. As of right now, it’s a disaster. 894 more words

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Writers in the Academics

Interview with Jenny Lavey, Communications Director at Montana State University

Jenny writes for College of Agriculture and Montana Agricultural Experiment Stations at Montana State University. She has been working at Montana State University (MSU) for four years. 805 more words

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Expert in Audience

“You have to be willing to have people look at you and think you’re stupid, and it be okay.”

Nika Stoop is the grant training coordinator for the center of faculty excellence at Montana State University. 802 more words

Popping the Technical Bubble

Kerry Byrnes has been a Technical Editor for Barnard construction for a little over a year. She started out as a writing major who worked in the writing center while attending school at Montana State University. 626 more words

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Ken Piesse in Conversation

Ken Piesse is nuts about cricket.

‘Cricket is the most important thing in my life, other than my family,’ he says matter-of-factly. ‘I wanted to be a cricketer— or as good a cricketer as I could be— but it’s really an elite club. 1,203 more words

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Erin Riley in Conversation

Receiving death threats is par for the course in the life of a female sports journalist. So says Erin Riley, whose greatest passion is writing about Aussie Rules football. 1,538 more words

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Dual Authorship in Action

Julia Maurus discovers how co-biographers Julie and Marcus McSorley wrote the story of the strangest item ever posted.

John McSorley and Reg Spiers met as young athletes competing in the 1962 Commonwealth Games. 1,072 more words

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