One of the first questions I sought to answer when I stepped into my journalism class was this: What do journalists do? I filmed a short introduction video, saying I would use this blog as a way to tell the world what a journalist does and what being a journalist is really like. So, I spent the semester exploring… Continue reading What Do Journalists Do?
“No matter where you’re from, we’re glad you’re here.” – Fr. John Haugen When students come to college, it can be difficult to find a place to call home. For some it is a dormitory, where they meet new friends and stay up all night watching Netflix. For others, it is a sorority or fraternity where they… Continue reading A Home Away From Home: St. Stephen the Witness Catholic Student Center
“Well, this will be interesting,” I thought, as I speed-walked my way to Gilchrist. I had no idea what to expect, having never ridden in a police car, much less spoken more than a few words to an officer in my life. I approached the Public Safety window, and told them I was there for… Continue reading Lieutenant James Dally – Ride Along
Across the state of Iowa, thousands of people went to caucus on February 1, 2016. For the Democratic Party, Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton were virtually tied, with Clinton receiving 49.8% of the vote and Sanders with 49.6%. The Republicans were more clearly separated. Ted Cruz received 27.6% of votes, Donald Trump had 24.3%, and Marco… Continue reading Neck & Neck: Bernie Sanders & Hillary Clinton Run a Tight Race in the 2016 Iowa Caucus