Since we were talking about ethics and libel cases I wanted to find an article about that. So i looked on The New York Times under ethics and found this.
This article talks about Mike Pence’s two senior most aides pushing back against colleague, Jennifer Williams after she testified saying President Trump’s phone call with the Ukraine’s president was “unusual” because of its focus on domestic politics.
There were a lot of quotes from different people saying they didn’t think the call was unusual. Later on in the article, it comes out that Donald Trump showed interest in obtaining damaging information about Democrats from Ukraine. Although the writer doesn’t specify further about this, but this would be unethical of Trump to release that information.
This article is all about how Keanu Reeves is dating someone close to his age and why everyone on the internet is in awe. Aja Romano, the author, starts off by talking about how he is seen in Holllywood and how social media explains the he is “sad Keanu” and “lonely Keanu”. The author mostly talks about his girlfriend Alexandra Grant using quotes and people who know who she is to explain her.
They are focusing a lot on Alexandra Grant. They focus on her age, her appearance, and her silent achievements. This is a good profile because there is a frame to the story. The author is trying to inform readers who she is and what she offers. There seems to be a lot of haters because of her appearance, but the way it is written is in favor of Alexandra Grant. They put tweets from fans appreciating that Keanu is an older man dating someone of age.
The last conversation that was had with Ashley Boer was about how we were going to be late for class. We hoped we wouldn’t get in trouble and figured since we were talking in with three others that were in the same class that got out late, we would probably be fine. Boer said, “I really hope so.” As we walked into the library building someone held the door open for us and we both thanked the man. We walked into the classroom and our teacher asked if we all road together, we laughed and sat down for class.
Boer was wearing a white Carhartt beanie and her brown hair with blonde high lights were popping out. Her hair is medium in length, almost to the middle of her back. she is wearing peach and black ombre leggings with a white Okoboji sweatshirt. Her 8 1/2 size feet was wearing light grey DMX Reebok shoes. Boer had big blue and she is tan.
Nicholas Loya moved to Sioux City from Fremont, California to play football along with study secondary english education with an endorsements in coaching and ESL.
The reason Loya chose to go into the education field is because he hopes to make the classroom fun and interesting for students. Loya said, “I don’t want students to have the same experiences I had dreading having to go to class.” His hopes are to make his classroom interactive while making learning fun for everyone.
Loya had two teachers in his 12 years of schooling that he felt were good teachers. The first teacher was Mr. Navarro who was his high school geometry teacher. Although he doesnt have plans to teach math, he still liked the teaching style. The second was Mrs. Anderson who was his high school english teacher. Both of these teachers helped shape Loya’s decision to enter the education system.
It is all too common for students to fall disinterested in school. We need more teachers who are motivated to make the classroom a fun learning environment. That is why Nicholas Loya is going to be a great English teacher some day.
This article talks about how the fires in California are not going to end due to the lack of rain and the dry brush. They begin the article talking about a small fire on Halloween began to glow on the hillside of Santa Paula. The fire was small but due to the coast winds, he fire spread immensely.
This story is considered a spot feature because it is breaking news. It is talking about a disaster that is happening and that if effecting family homes. It also talks about how the lack of rain will make this matter worse.
With the rise of tuition prices, students feel the pressure during school and even after they graduate. Tuition prices have increased 36% from 2008 to 2018 leaving student loan payments averaging $400 in monthly payments. Morningside nursing student Emma Gerber agrees college is very expensive. “Quote from Emma about loans and expenses of college.”
Onto the next story:
Many college students think e-cigarette use is relatively harmless but that assumption is far from the truth. Nicotine not only is highly addictive but also places youth at risk. The brain is not fully developed until the age of 25 and exposure to nicotine can causing lasting cognitive and behavioral issues. Morningside student Rylie Muhlbauer comments on the increased usage of vaping at her college. “Quote from Rylie.”
Onto the next story:
Morningside Volleyball advances to the National tournament after their team win Wednesday night at Dakota Wesleyan University. A lot was on the line for the team, if they didn’t win this game they wouldn’t have advanced to the National Tournament. Assistant coach Braden Hall shares his thoughts on the outcome of the game. “Quote from Braden about the game.”
A mother’s story on the grave cost of addiction treatment in America.
Warren spent more than $40,000 including travel and related expenses to get Erin, her daughter to treatment. The mother had to refinance her house, eventually sell the home, load up her credit cards, and tap out an inheritance from her father and the rest of her savings. The good news is Erin hasn’t had a drink since 2017 but still struggles with an eating disorder.
I think this article for me personally would be very hard to stay neutral and not put my opinion in there. I’ve had similar events happen in my family that have rubbed me the wrong way from this topic in general so if I was assigned to this piece, it would be hard! I think the writer German Lopez does a great job telling the families stories and getting quotes from the mother. If this were turned into a broadcast story I think it would be an interesting one for families who haven’t had to deal with addiction problems. The story would have to be shortened quite a bit since this story is on the longer side. It takes a very strong mother to not give up on her children especially when they have gone through this amount of hardship.