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Life lessons from journalism
What can you — an accounting, marketing, MIS (whatever that is) major — get out of studying journalism? As the semester winds down and you long for the day when you can forget everything I’ve taught you, I’m betting you’ve asked you (More)
Final Blog Dec 8
This semester I have learned a lot in this class that I can take with me the rest of my life, even though I am not pursuing a career in journalism. The main skill I learned in this class is to have good punctuation and making sure everything is in th (More)
Internet Highway Rules (10/31/2013)
I have mixed feelings about copyright rules and laws. I think that it is important to protect someone’s work, but at the same time I feel like many of the copyright laws go overboard at times. The story from More)
European Research Blog
After scanning all 3 of these sources I found an article over the highly controversial. Johnny Manziel and other SEC football players were put in a study where they examined how much money is spent on SEC football players. After conducting the survey (More)
Final Blog
The most important thing I learned during this class is the importance of finding what people want to know, getting to the point, and keeping the writing simple. Looking back, it was surprisingly difficult to write correctly at the beginning of the c (More)
Feature Story Blog
This week’s post we had to read one of two articles. I chose to read the article, “Tending to Muslims Hearts and Islam’s Future” by Andrea Elliot. The article is about a person that set up a Muslim matchmaker website. It is frowned (More)
FINAL BLOG!
One of the most important things I’ve learned from this class is how to communicate effectively with others. In the business world communication is essential for the success of the business. This class has taught me the necessity for keeping up (More)
What Journalism has Taught Me: December 6, 2013
The most important thing Journalism 3372 and Mrs. Cullar have taught me is in order to communicate clearly with many audiences, you must lead with what’s important and keep it simple. Clear communication is not about the flashy words and holding out (More)
Final Blog Dec 8
This semester I have learned a lot in this class that I can take with me the rest of my life, even though I am not pursuing a career in journalism. The main skill I learned in this class is to have good punctuation and making sure everything is in th (More)
Final Blog 12/5/13
The most important lesson I will take from this class is the writing in general.  There is a huge population in the world other than myself and writing about things that are not in first person is extremely important.  The class has taught me some re (More)
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