The Future

As an aspiring journalist in 2012, with the end of my undergrad just months ahead of me, I realize journalism is never quite the same from one day to the next. My education thus far has taught me that, if nothing else. Though I hope my performance can show that it has taught me much …

Keeping Up With Them

People like to say that one person can make a difference, but we often fail to believe it. Noah Jones and his family have proved us wrong. Noah, a mature and selfless 12-year-old boy, went beyond resolving to accept and love the foster children that would come into his parents' care when Sara and Nathan …

Narcissus

Sometimes when I get bored, I like to get out my camera, play with the lighting in the room and take pictures of myself. Granted, some may see this as evidence of vanity (perhaps they are not far from the truth), but I like to think of it as practicing what I can do with …

Pa

I was going through the pictures on my computer, looking for a good one to post that I've taken recently. I'm not the best photographer in the world, so it was hard to find a "good" picture, but then I realized that there are some "okay" pictures that really mean something to me. The picture above …

These Are the Days of Her Life

http://vimeo.com/32880921 We've all been there: you're filling out an application for a scholarship, internship, job, whatever, and you've done pretty well with your name, address, hobbies, past work experience and even credible references. But then there's the dreaded category that often sparks ambiguity or exaggeration. The category asking for volunteer experiences. While most of us …