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Job Shadow: Tom Giffey, Managing Editor: Volume One

Volume One Magazine is a culture and entertainment magazine in the Chippewa. They keep the community updated on music, events, restaurants, and more online and in a print magazine that comes out every two weeks. They release a magazine full … Continue reading

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Eau Claire photographer seeks to show a sense of community

  By Kristin McLeod A lot can change in one minute. In one minute, Andrea Paulseth can adjust the aperture of her camera to obtain the perfect lighting, switch out a lens and choose just the right angle to capture her vision. … Continue reading

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Job shadow: Volume One writer talks about her film career

By Agnese Cikule When Laura Lash writes a story about something she believes in, she wants it to be well written, so that readers are attracted to its subject. That is exactly how I would like to write the story about … Continue reading

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Job Shadow: Magazine editor balances work, performance, life

By Alyssa Anderson Eric Christenson leads a hectic life, to say the least. With his many duties as managing editor at Eau Claire’s Volume One Magazine, performing comedy or music by night, and taking care of a rambunctious cat named Mikey, … Continue reading

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Being a “townie” is the most important characteristic one must have to work at Volume One magazine. Mike Paulus, Online Editor for Volume One,the culture and arts magazine for the Chippewa Valley said working at Volume One relies on tight-knit … Continue reading

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Digital media may be journalism’s salvation

When I’m faced with the question of what sort of career I want to pursue post-graduation, answering print journalism is often met with some cynicism. “Journalism is a dying field, you know.” Of course I’m aware of the decline of … Continue reading

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