Monthly Archives: April 2012
-The Sustainability Club requested $245.71 to buy stainless steel water bottles for their Orca Day activity, which will be a ring toss. -The library requested $500 to purchase new DVD’s for their film collection. The library pledged to match any … Continue reading
Here’s a slightly hilarious sort of depressing list of FAIL from Aflac, BP, Chrysler, Godaddy, Qantas, and Kenneth Cole, all via twitter. BP is the worst. Got this from Social Media Chimps.
Here’s an article on journalism unemployment. Unemployment rates for recent college graduates in journalism: 7.7 percent.
Production Monday is here and we are busy as usual. Production Monday means Tuesday will bring a brand new stack of papers hot off the press, but it usually has us sitting in front of the computer screen all day … Continue reading
Originally posted on Geeky Journalist:
I don’t know if it’s the AP’s status as a co-op, or its decentralized nature, or its ties to traditional (old) media, or what the problem is. But once again, they’ve proven that they just…
Ever wonder how a newspaper gets published? THIS IS IT. Here’s a few photos of the Horizon’s news staff designing our next issue. The process can be hectic, but it’s usually fun. (Melissa, our production editor designing our next issue.) … Continue reading
This is it. The Bellingham Herald has stolen our thunder. Completely. They have a blog which covers major events here at WCC. And no, I don’t think they care that we have student run newspaper. Anyway it’s okay. I guess.
Originally posted on katharineschulz:
Getting published is a crucial part of free-lance writing and for any journalist. There are important steps to consider to make the right impression. According to Mitzi Miller, Jest’s Editor in chief, targeting your letters to…
Hey everybody, A couple weeks ago I went to Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma for the annual Society of Professional Journalists conference. As it turned out, the conference was being held the day after my birthday, so I was feeling … Continue reading