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Shannon Sargent Profile Final Draft (Story #4)
Friday, December 15th, 2017

Shannon Sargent is an artist. Sargent is a Morningside College alum who only got started with creating his own art during his freshman year. He says he got his drive for creating when he painted a couch with professor John Bowitz. One of Sargent’s creations was donated to Morningside and is still on campus: the […]

Broadcast story (Story #3)
Friday, December 15th, 2017

Welcome to Weekly College News! This week: E-Sports on a local college campus, college students and drinking habits, and student stress.   Story 1: Local school Morningside College recently added E-Sports to the Athletic Teams Roster. In the Fall semester of 2016, a group of students interested in the E-sports team helped start it off […]

Mega City Mall Explosion Exercise
Thursday, December 7th, 2017

This morning at 9:54 a.m., we received news of an explosion occurring at Mega City Mall. Sgt. Fuglsang, head of MCPD, gave a press conference about the explosion, giving details that it occurred near the food court and investigation is underway. At this point in time, there has been no discovered cause and Sgt. Fuglsang […]

Shannon Sargent Profile Rough Draft
Tuesday, December 5th, 2017

Shannon Sargent is not only the Sculpture professor at Morningside College, but he is also an artist. Sargent is a Morningside College alum who only got started with creating his own art during his freshman year here. He says he got his drive for creating when he painted a couch with another professor here, John […]

Steven Cuton (Mostly Fake) Interview
Tuesday, December 5th, 2017

Sondra Thoreson, (###) ###-####, Small Town Man Chosen For Big Role                 August 40, 3045 Steven Cuton has been chosen as Willy Loman, the starring role in Morningside College’s telling of Death of a Salesman. Those who knew Cuton before college might be surprised at this information, […]

Marcus Mackey Anecdote
Tuesday, November 28th, 2017

Marcus Mackey uses the word “tolerant” to describe himself. When it comes to why he chose this word, it has to do with a person in a friend group who brought even the most tolerant to their breaking point. Mackey met this person his freshman year through his roommate and friend. For the rest of […]

News Comment
Saturday, November 4th, 2017

In the article “America is facing an epistemic crisis” by David Roberts, the subtitle is about Mueller and his court case. However, he doesn’t get to that point until halfway through the article. Instead, he starts by talking about protests at Mike Cernovich’s speech at Columbia University and “crazy conservative fairy tales”. When Roberts does […]

Emma Watson Speech Exercise
Saturday, November 4th, 2017

Broadcast Lede: Emma Watson gave a special speech to the young activists of the world yesterday at the One Young World Convention in Ottawa, Canada. Print Story: Emma Watson, known for both her roles in the Harry Potter movies and her feminist activist movements, inspired people from around the globe at the One Young World […]

Shooting Broadcast Exercise
Tuesday, October 24th, 2017

After a day of happiness came a day of pain. The day after Richard and Laurette Brunson’s wedding, Richard shot Laurette in the abdomen. A neighbor, Walter Corse, said “I heard the sound of the shot, or I think I did. It was kind of a pop, pop, pop.” He then says one of Laurette’s […]

Science Scavenger Hunt
Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

A loud chirp and a large shockwave disrupt our universe, finally answering questions astronomers have been wondering for years. In the past week, thousands of astronomers, such as those involved with the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory, or LIGO, announced their findings from a collision between two dead stars in the Hydra constellation that occurred in […]