Monthly Archives: February 2018

Job Shadow – The Record Review

By: Katelynn Schorer When thinking about a job shadow assignment, I thought why not go back to my hometown newspaper that I’ve known for as long as I can remember. The newspaper that I grew up with would be a … Continue reading

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Job Shadow Project

Click here for the Sound Cloud Link In most schools, students are obligated to take one foreign language course. Some colleges, like the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, require at least two consecutive classes of foreign language that go with their … Continue reading

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Job Shadow – Linda Reding

By Claire Karges In any company, whether large or small, communication plays a crucial role in both daily and long-term goals. Without it, how can a business hope to portray their visions and ideals to potential stakeholders? How can employees … Continue reading

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Learning blog 1

By Dylan Genrich For me, the most interesting thing about CJ 222 so far has been hearing about how news stories are found, and the importance of journalists developing and maintaining relationships with their sources. I had always assumed that … Continue reading

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Learning Blog #1

Grace Clemens Beginning Journalism 222 In Beginning Journalism 222 we have started our semester out by learning what is news and what is “newsworthy.” I have found that starting off with the basics of journalism to be very helpful. As … Continue reading

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Learning Blog #1

Natalie Leonardelli CJ 222 During the duration of this class so far, I have learned many aspects of newswriting, reporting, and interviewing that I had not known before. All of these topics have not only aided me in becoming a … Continue reading

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The thing I found interesting during class was the ways of organizing stories and the common “shapes” used to help visualize it. These shapes [The Inverted Pyramid, The Martini Glass, and The Kabob] contribute to specific types of story. In … Continue reading

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