Since my internship started, I have learned a great deal. I have also learned more about my own strengths and weaknesses, and these have given me greater perspective on my own future career prospects. One of the lessons that I have learned so far through this internship is how to set deadlines for myself. Often,… Continue reading COMM 492 Journal #2
This article was originally published in RVA Magazine. Archives are here and here. We’re back with another edition of missed connections from River City. This week, we have the usual thirst, along with some moderate foot interest. A change is in the appearance of posts about longing for what could have been. The Ghost of Relationships… Continue reading BEST OF RVA MISSED CONNECTIONS 5/30-17 – 6/6/17
Recently, I started my new internship at RVA Magazine, and it is going pretty well so far. On paper, it is referred to as an “editorial internship.” However, several of my articles that I’ve written so far have basically been news stories, without much of any editorial input. So I will have to see if… Continue reading COMM 410 Internship Journal Entry #1
This was originally published in RVA Magazine on 5/23/17. An archive link is here. As students come back from college, summer is officially under way and the missed connections are piling up! Complete with monetized foot fascinations and the occasional furry, these missed connections are sure to set your curiosity ablaze. Chelsea FWB from a few years… Continue reading Best of RVA Missed Connections 5/16/17-5/23/17
This article originally appeared in RVA Magazine May 24, 2017. An archive link is here. The Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) has released a report card for the marijuana policies of the six candidates running in the 2017 Virginia race for governor. The report gave each politician a letter grade, similar to the report cards given out by… Continue reading Virginia Democrat, Libertarian gubernatorial primary candidates win highest marks on marijuana policies by national advocacy group
This article originally appeared in RVA Magazine on 5/23/17. An archive is here. A new Washington Post/George Mason poll shows Virginia’s leading GOP candidate continues to struggle against Democratic opponents as Election Day 2017 draws closer. Ed Gillespie, a former GOP National Party leader, is the front runner against his two opponents, Confederate Flag-Champion Corey Stewart and businessman… Continue reading Virginia’s GOP gubernatorial frontrunner lags by double digits against Dems, majority disapprove of Trump
The Farmville Herald does not allow articles to be copied; see a screenshot below, taken on 5/23/17. The link to the original is here.