Journalism

20 Jan 19
Drake in D.C.

Lara Brown, Director, Graduate School of Political Management, at George Washington University gave a captivating analysis about the past, present, and future of women in the American Political system. The points about them in a sense, manipulative tactics that both political parties have employed in the past to engage women in the political scene were […]

20 Jan 19
New Conservative Movement

Article by Bryan Howard January 19, 2019 President Trump told reporters he is disappointed in the fake BuzzFeed story that claimed he ordered Michael Cohen to lie about Russian contacts. Trump then tanked Robert Mueller for correcting the false allegation by claiming the story is not true. President Trump pointed out that the Main Stream […]

20 Jan 19
Samantha Milke Profile

In a journalism course, I had the opportunity to work with a local business, Lucky Dog Outfitters. Lucky Dog Outfitters is a pet supply store that when asked who they wanted to target chose college students. Below I have placed the: print ad, digital ad and radio ad that I created with two other students.

20 Jan 19
The Bug Online

Okay, everyone! Put your glands up in the air if you think people only ever bonk for procreation and never for recreation? Okay. Glands down. As we thought, your responses dovetail with what we all knew to be the case anyway through a thorough study of human history: a helluva lot of sexual intercourse is […]

20 Jan 19
Russia News Now

January 19, 2019 ‘Leftist Liars’ In The Mainstream Media Backtrack After The Train They Road In On Crashes And Burns By Susan Duclos – All News PipeLine Over the past three years of the liberal establishment media pushing fake news, over and over and over and over again, ad nauseam, it is hardly surprising anymore […]

20 Jan 19
JUST NEWS

Future of humans in growing jeopardy as problems mount.   By Shane Quinn Global Research, January 19, 2019 Next Thursday, 24 January, should the atomic scientists push forward the Doomsday Clock, it will be a third successive year it has progressed towards midnight (apocalypse). The Doomsday Clock is currently set at two minutes to midnight, as […]

20 Jan 19
CtonHunter's Blog for School

Hi, My name is Clayton and this blog is set up for my Principles of Journalism class. My assignments that need to be posted here, will be. That is all.

20 Jan 19
CtonHunter's Blog for School

Clayton Hunter Hocutt, film junkie, procrastinator extraordinaire, writer, and Dr. Pepper connoisseur died on January 18, 2019. At the age of 22, Clayton suffered from the consequences of what his superintendent calls being a hat rack. Clay was known for not thinking very thoroughly to where it seemed as though his head was empty. The […]

20 Jan 19
Forthwith: Journalism at its Finest

The purpose of this reverse engineering project is to identify and analyze the effective use of contrast, repetition, alignment, proximity, and color in this King Khalid Foundation print advertisement published by Ogilvy in April 2013. The ad promotes awareness of abuse against women. https://www.adsoftheworld.com/media/print/king_khalid_foundation_cant_be_covered As stated on the website, this print was the “first women’s abuse ad […]

20 Jan 19
Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

When I studied journalism, I was often shocked by the other students’ spelling and grammar. After all, not only were these mostly people who had just completed 12 years of schooling, but they self-evidently aspired to a career as writers. To be sure, no one would expect them, as first-year students, to be accomplished wordsmiths, […]

20 Jan 19
Google News

Gregg Jarrett: BuzzFeed report with false attack on Trump is media malpractice  Fox News Inside the Mueller team’s decision to dispute BuzzFeed’s explosive story on Trump and Cohen  The Washington Post Trump calls release of BuzzFeed report ‘a sad day for journalism’; Giuliani urges DOJ pursuit of leakers  Fox News Trump thanks Mueller for disputing Buzzfeed report that […]

20 Jan 19
R. Grady Short | 2019 WJEA Outstanding Journalist Portfolio

This features article on the Washington State New Voices Bill, which has since been signed into law, was published in the February 2017 print edition of the Islander. This was my first longform article for the school newspaper, and I was proud to have interviewed both my school’s principal and then-State Senator Joe Fain for […]

20 Jan 19
SS HACKERS

President Trump said he ‘appreciates’ Mueller’s response to BuzzFeed report  NBC News Trump calls release of BuzzFeed report ‘a sad day for journalism’; Giuliani urges DOJ pursuit of leakers  Fox News Trump thanks Mueller for disputing Buzzfeed report that claims president directed Cohen to lie  USA TODAY BuzzFeed story has more to say about media than the president […]

20 Jan 19
Get Real Post

Last we recall, the Philippines is propped up by overseas foreign workers (OFWs) to the tune of 10% of its economy and Filipino households down to the lower middle classes (a household demographic range where many commie “activists” were raised) are sustained by armies of servants paid slave wages. So when we see chi-chi “activists” […]

20 Jan 19
Africa and the African Diaspora, Spring 2019

Nearly 18.5 years ago under the sweltering August sun, a married couple living in the suburbs of Atlanta brought a new baby girl into the world, and they named her Peyton. That baby girl is me, but my friends call me Pey. Marietta, Georgia is my home, and it’s most easily described as a town […]

20 Jan 19
Gaming Journalism Class Blog 2019

Last Thursday night Netflix revealed that the popular video game “Fortnite” is more of a competitor than HBO, Amazon and soon Disney+. “Between 2015 and 2017 for men aged between 21 and 30, time spent on gaming rose to 4 hours from 2.3 hours, while time spent on watching TV, movies or streaming fell to […]