Month: November 2010

Radio, radio, radio

A good song by Rancid, and also the theme of todays photo. In our CHUG 740 radio show today I was the sports reporter. Every Monday each student does a different task. There’s not much else I can say about it, other then it’s a buttload of fun lol. Here’s the link, you can stream…

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Jets vs. Mariners

I had to complete a photo assignment over the weekend, nothing too major, just an action shot. I have a few, but these pictures are my favorite. The task was actually more challenging then I thought though. It’s really hard to get a sensible picture through the plexi-glass.  I would have went up in the…

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Singin’ in the snow

Today marks the very first snowfall of the season in Stephenville Crossing. Not a lot went on today besides some Christmas shopping and cooking – just the way I like it. I’m going to be cramming all day tomorrow, I have to prepare a presentation (which I haven’t started yet) for my Political Science class.…

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November solo

The Canadian Press Stylebook is supposed to be like a Bible for us reporters: I find it annoying. Well, it’s not so much that I find it annoying as that I always thought I should be focusing on content – which is not always the case. Anyways, I have several stories in the mix here…

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College day

Our class and every other class in the D.S.B. Fowlow Building (as far as I can tell) had College Day today. Basically C.D. is for high school students, all day we were promoting the Journalism class and trying to convince them that this is what they want to do when they graduate. Were we successful?…

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Breaking the rules

I’m going to break the rules a little today and talk about my experiences with school. I have always been what some term as an ‘over-achiever’. I’m used to getting high 80s (88 is my lucky number!) and even some mid 90s, but I just can’t seem to face the fact that I only have a…

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