The Rambler Vol. 101 No.1 I wrote “Monge helps club life thrive” and designed the graphic for it. I also completed the layout the of pages one and three. The Rambler Vol. 101 and No. 2 I wrote “Homecoming week arrives” and “Housing Draft creates dorm changes. I designed the graphic and took picture for … More Semester Two Print Writing/Layout
The Rambler Vol. 100 No. 8 I completed the layout for page six. The Rambler Vol. 100 No. 9 I wrote “Housing packs in the students” and photographed the picture for it. I also did the layout for pages one and three. The Rambler Vol.100 No. 10 I wrote “Internationals tell their stories” and took … More Semester One Print Writing/Layout
(2017, December 3). ABC News suspends reporter Brian Ross for Michael Flynn reporting error that sparked a frenzy. CNBC. Retrieved from https://www.cnbc.com/2017/12/03/abc-news-suspends-brian-ross-for-michael-flynn-report.html 1. The article discusses the event and impact of ABC News reporter Brian Ross being suspended for four weeks after making a serious fact error on a report about Michael Flynn. Ross initially … More The identification, impact, and prevention of fake news
As a long time P!nk fan, “What About Us” really struck a chord with me. Initially, on the surface, this song may sound like your typical relationship song with lyrics like “what about love/trust/us?” However, when you watch the music video and listen more closely the true message is revealed. I loved the story behind … More An analysis on P!nk’s “What About Us”
Fake news has been in the public eye since the 2016 election. “Pope Francis Shocks World, Endorses Donald Trump for President,” “FBI Agent Suspected in Hillary Email Leaks Found Dead of Apparent Murder-Suicide,” “Rush Reveals Michelle’s Perverted Past After She Dumps on Trump,” are just some of the clickbaits that were circulated through Facebook and Twitter, shared … More Will fake news ever be gone completely?
We live in the day and age where news is pumped out so fast by so many different sources with so many different viewpoints; it can be hard to make sense of what’s true and what’s fake. Fake news is the spread of false information heighten by social media that that’s used to influence … More Could psychology be the key to getting rid of fake news?
The Trump administration’s choice to reform the DACA leaves an undetermined amount of students and teachers left wondering about their future. Check out how some teachers are making their stories known. Today's #DACA announcement doesn't only affect students, teachers are affected too. https://t.co/D5gzWVtjX5 pic.twitter.com/c350IXLXwc — Education Week (@educationweek) September 5, 2017
Dr. Sherree Wood attended her first University College Day on April 19, 30 years after graduating from Texas Wesleyan. “I’m here today as a friend,” Wood said, “because miss (Jessica) Davenport won the award that was named for my husband last spring (at the Texas Wesleyan Award ceremony).” Davenport, a senior criminal justice major, had … More Students display their research at UCD
Senior criminal justice major Katie Matthews made the joke that the cookies she baked for the basketball team was the key to their victory. “I’m part of Ram Squad so I thought it would be nice for Ram Squad to do something for them,” Matthews said. “I’m really big into baking anyway and everyone says … More Championship win benefits Wesleyan
Not long before Texas Wesleyan professor of philosophy and education Ron Reed died in 1998, he created University College Day as a way to gather students and staff to present their research. “After he passed away – he was a close friend of mine – several of us wanted to keep it going, because students … More Wesleyan hosts annual University College Day