This semester has opened my eyes to a entire new world. I have had a small glimpse into the life of a journalist. From daily news stories to live reporting to field reporting. Everything takes a lot of work and a lot of commitment. We started out learning about Dan Eldon, a war photographer. Dan
Upon walking into the front doors of KWWL, I was immediately met by a camera man setting up his camera as well as the lights (since the sun was already setting). As I was reaching for the door handle, a news anchor walked out with her microphone and started talking to the cameraman. I held
Upon review of the Waverly newspaper article of Meeting of the Minds, I definitely feel that it was more in depth and and better organized than my personal blog about the same meeting.
Challengers displeased, want change for the city. Office challengers and incumbents met Monday, Oct. 12, 2015, in the Ivan “Ike” Ackerman City Council Chambers for the Meeting of the Minds hosted by the Waverly newspaper. The big topic of the night was overspending. Many of the challengers up for positions were upset at the amount
These pictures I feel represent me and describe my personality. The first picture is a picture of my dog Ludo when he was 2 weeks old. He has shaped my life and helped me see things in a way way because a few weeks after this picture was taken, Ludo was diagnosed with Parvo. He
Upon reading the 9/11 commission report discussing how members of Al Qaeda planned their attack on the United States, its amazing to read how much a group of people can hate one country, a country that provided many with an education. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (KSM) is described as an terrorist entrepreneur. He played a role
The artistry of a war photojournalist isn’t a fad that just appeared in the 21st century. According to TIME, “The Crimean War of the 1850s, after all, was arguably where the genre was born, with British photographers like Roger Fenton (1819 – 1869) and James Robertson (1813 – 1888), the Italian-British Felice Beato (1832 –