Story Article #2 Rough Draft

An increase of the healthfulness of college campus food environments is an important step in promoting healthful food choices among college students.  A cafeteria is an environment where students are presumed to enjoy, due to all the food … [Continue reading]

News Comment #8: “Being Young, Active and Physically Fit May Be Very Good for Your Brain.”

Physically fit young adults have healthier white matter in their brains and better thinking skills than young people who are out of shape. According to a new study of the links between aerobic fitness and brain health, findings suggest that even … [Continue reading]

The Sky is the Limit

There is no limit to what we as human beings can do; Alex Watters has proven to many that he has no limit. Alex Watters is a Career Development Specialist here at Morningside College, and many have seen him going around campus speaking of job … [Continue reading]

News Comment #7: “White Girls, 10 and 11, Accused in Hate Crime After Assault on Black Classmate.”

Two young girls face criminal charges of harassment and assault of a 10-year-old African American girl on a school bus in a small upstate New York town. Local police of the town are associating this incident as a hate crime. This article was … [Continue reading]

Sensory Details

How people describe how their food’s taste totally alters their experience having the treat/snack. Your feedback is then noted as a review and basically it makes your opinion real/valuable.  How I describe how my food tastes is the “make or … [Continue reading]

Story Article #2 Idea

All around Morningside you can hear certain conversations between friends, the topics vary all over. Only, the one topic that seems to occur more often all the time is the subject of eating/food. For my story proposition I want to interview a … [Continue reading]

Scavenger Hunt in 30 mins or less.

No one knew when the clock hit 11:00 o'clock this Thursday morning students in COMM 208 would have to get up and go up to random strangers questions for an assignment. Professor Fuglsang randomly let us pick our poison. For me, my two items on … [Continue reading]

News Comment #6: “America’s Abortion Rate Has Dropped to Its Lowest Ever.”

Abortion in the United States has decreased to a new record of low levels, the decline that may be from increased access to contraception (protection) and fewer women becoming pregnant. Than by state laws who restrict abortion. I liked the … [Continue reading]

Two Different Mirrors (Story Final Draft)

Body image dissatisfaction and eating disorders tag with athletes and young women who are stereotyped to be the only groups suffering from body issues.  Young adults in this generation are tagged with the label of eating disorders, and body … [Continue reading]

News Comment #5: “What You Need to Know Vaping-Related Lung Illness.”

Hundreds of people across the country have been struck ill by the known "Vaping Illness" which is linked to vaping. The authors of this article, Matt Richtel and Denise Grady compile what we know, who is at risk, symptoms and prevention. Anyone … [Continue reading]