The Myth of “New” Journalism

If you’ve been enrolled in a communication/journalism class over the past two or three years you will hear one common theme that is pounded into your eardrums.

“Journalism is changing”. Continue reading


Avoiding the Handouts

They seem to be everywhere. On college campuses, people avoid them with the speed and agility normally shown at the NFL combine. In cities, they litter the streets more than Sacha Baron Cohen litters the red carpet. Continue reading

Can You Hear Me Now?



That was the expression that I saw on the face of a student yesterday. Just reaching out for anyone. She may not have said it out loud, but her eyes said more than words ever could. I know this may sound like an intro to a Morgan Freeman movie (it’s not) or the beginning of a Chris Connelly SportsCenter segment (again, wrong), but it’s not. It’s just an every day ordeal on college campuses everywhere. Continue reading