My biggest problem with celebrity memoirs is that they are self-serving, full of google-able facts and celebrity shout outs. I only care about one of those things—I love when celebs call out other celebs. It’s great. And, it makes me feel like I’m a part of their inner friends circle. Yes, Amy Poehler has the […]
‘Twas the fall of 2010. I was 18 and a fresh-faced freshman at the University of Houston—you may have heard of it. I had been in love with the campus since my brother started his college career there in 2008. But, my residency depended on how much scholarship money I could receive. Option A. receive the […]
Today, I made a professional website. And, pretty much that was it. Whelp, enjoy the fruits of my labor, because right now I feel like this: But it’s worth it! Look how beautiful!!! Check it out! Tell me what you think!
Warning: This blog will be 100 percent accurate, while simultaneously being a shameless pitch for you all to BE MY FRIENDS FOREVER. So, we all know that journalists are the best of people (wait, this is so sarcastic, just FYI). But journalists as a collective have a distinct personality. I think it’s because the industry demands […]
As a student journalist, a nearly graduated one at that, I’ve worked extensively with student and professional journalists… as well as student and professional sources. The media is subjected to daily scrutiny and judgment–something that is inevitable. People expect their news to be hand fed to them and they expect it to be perfection, but […]
I feel like I’m constantly waiting. Waiting for the semester to be over. Waiting to hear back from scholarships or internships. Waiting to graduate. Waiting. Indefinitely. Except one thing is definite. By the end of March I will know if I will be living in New York City with the ASME internship, if I am […]
HI. THIS IS GOING TO BE THE FASTEST, SHORTEST, RANTY-EST POST. So I’ve been news editor for The Daily Cougar, hold your applause, for a few months now. And it is absolutely killing my spirit (and spirits.. I get why journalists drink). Work is so constant! I basically never stop. No, seriously, ever. What do […]