When I first enrolled in JRN 450, I truly didn’t know what to expect. A classmate of mine the previous semester had tried to explain it to me, but I knew that I was just going to have to wait until the first day of class to fully understand what type of journey this class… Continue reading JRN 450: What A Ride It’s Been
LaSharah Bunting has been in the news industry for the majority of her life. Bunting currently works at the Knight Foundation as the director of Journalism, but before she accepted her position there, she worked at the New York Times for 14 years. I was lucky enough to be able to have a 20 minute… Continue reading LaSharah Bunting Discusses the Future of Journalism
It’s very rare for a creative idea for a startup to come out of no where. If only it was as as easy as walking down the street, having the idea fall from the sky with a note attaches saying, “Hey, take this idea, create a startup and become a successful human being.” If only… Continue reading A Fax Machine?
When I was younger, I was convinced my world calling was to be an author. I would spend all my summer days thinking of different stories I could write about. I will never forget the day I “published” my first book. I went and grabbed a couple sheets of blank computer paper, folded the pieces… Continue reading Be a MVP by Creating a MVP
Everyone has weaknesses. These weaknesses, unfortunately, sometimes can be barriers to our success. But I’ve learned throughout the years that weaknesses can only affect your performance if you let them. If you work hard enough, you can turn your biggest weakness into your biggest strength. Or so I thought. Until this week, I’d never heard… Continue reading Eat A Vegetable or Two
Think of the game of football. Before the game, coaches sit with the players, go over plays and how they are going to win this game. If a particular team they are facing has really good defense, they are going to think of different offensive plays that can score them a touchdown. They are going… Continue reading It’s Time To Put Your Game Faces On
This past weekend, I watched the Super Bowl with a couple of work friends. Besides the Eagles swooping in with that well-deserved victory, Justin Timberlake put on a killer halftime performance. During Timberlake’s performance, he went into the stands and started singing with the crowd. And on national television, this boy gave a step by… Continue reading The Media and You: It’s a Two-Way Relationship