As a content editor for my university’s yearbook, I am constantly running into writers’ AP style errors. Though it isn’t quite in my job description to search for and correct those errors—that being the job of the copy editor—I find myself doing it anyway. Why? I love AP style. There, I said it. As… Continue reading AP style check: helpful innovation or crutch?
In an attempt to blackout the media, could we do it? According to a new report by the Pew Research Center, nearly 64 percent of U.S. adults own a smartphone. With a smartphone comes a higher accessibility to social media, podcasts, online news sources and beyond. In an age where flip phones have transitioned to… Continue reading News Media: Could We Escape it if We Tried?