In My Words

Memories for life

  Anchors: Madisen Reid, Markus Smith, and Jordan Gill Over the course of the past week, the students of the multimedia workshop have been divided into teams to cover stories starting from the Mayborn Conference to exciting news on the…

It’s a bug’s life

I woke up at 7:28, tried to tame the mane before 8, and ate hashbrowns while I drank a mix of Barg’s root beer and Pibb Xtra. I sat with Sarah, Alex, and Rachel. We chatted about anything and everything,…

When You Know… You Know

Leaving dinner this afternoon, I was asked, “when did you know you wanted to be a broadcast journalist?” As I walked back to my dorm, the question was heavy on my mind. I thought about it for a good 15…

Squirrel-demic

squirrel

I knew the squirrels at the University of North Texas were more than a little friendly. I had seen their antics when I toured in the spring, reaching for bits of Chick-Fil-A from my mother. But these squirrels were on…

A Success

Overwhelmed is a very accurate word to describe how I felt the first two days of the UNT journalism workshop. With 11 new faces to learn and many, many classes to attend, I held my head high to hide how…

Change for the Better

My journalism career began in a small, cluttered classroom on the second floor of the ancient Denton High School. Over the past two years my only experience in a newsroom setting came from the single room that made up the…

#Mojo

I never thought I’d be much of a #twittergoddess. But I was wrong. I’m a Twitter #freak. I’m a Twitter #maniac. I will rule all of #socialmedia. I will be your #internetqueen. I mean, I’ve had an account for awhile.…