Tag Archives: journalism

What I Learned From Blogging For a Job (Or How Treating Your Personal Blog as Work Can Increase Productivity)

In my last post, I talked honestly about my problem with procrastination in updating my personal blog. However, do not think because of that post that I am terrible at writing blog posts.

Horizons

Sinta Tantra and Nick Hornby: Collaborative Artists

Busy employees shove through the bustling throng in the lobby of One Canada Square, one of the tallest buildings in Canary Wharf, London. Amidst the crazed crowd one man stops, turns around and cocks his head. He approaches a sculpture of a head – or is it a bird? –overlaid with blue and pink paints.

2012 – Year in Review

2012 was a wonderful year. I became more active on this blog and I shouldered new responsibilities, relating to school, clubs and work. I was extremely busy in 2012, but I did enjoy the frenzy of it all.

Rick Britto an “Invaluable Resource” at Wheaton College

The below is a profile article I wrote for my Journalism class last semester about jazz band director Rick Britto, who recently passed away from a sudden heart attack at 57. The article shows that he will be sorely missed at Wheaton.

How to Nail an Awesome Internship

Ah, internships. How unreachable you seem to us college students, who just want an impressive resume! How you make us jealous of our peers, who seem to have the perfect one!

All About Beisel, Self Storage & Dog Poop!

This week, I was busy writing, writing, writing. As always, it’s so great to see all my articles in print. Especially this week – I broke a record! Three of my articles feature in the papers today, and one of them is front page above the fold! I wrote about Elizabeth Beisel,