The last conversation I had with a person before I entered my first class of the day was rather a random one. It was with my good friends Jenni and Zach about taking a nap before class. I was sleeping on the couch in the CR room of the Mass Communications department when Jenni was just about to wake me up, but I was awake before she could get to me. She was wearing a gray sweatshirt jacket along with her backpack as she entered the room while Zach stood outside the door in his blue Hawaiian t-shirt and tan cargo shorts laughing at how the attempt Jenni had tried failed. While then I asked him where he had gotten a cupcake from, because it had looked good enough to eat. The conversation ended as I walked into class.
Teen enters freshman year running a fashion biz
I believe that this story is a good example of a lead used in writing a news story by giving the reader a desire to want to read on and find out more about this story.
Ashley is twenty-years-old from Columbus Junction, IA. She is a junior at Morningside College transferring from Iowa Central. She is majoring in English. Her favorite food is chicken. She is involved with marching band and the campus ministry. Advice she gives transfers is to get out and try new things to get involved in on campus.
What’s your definition of objectivity? Why be objective? How do you do it?
To me objectivity is defined as being biased in pointing out the facts of what is being presented with a topic. It helps to be objective in that way to bring the audience in with how the writer is viewing the topic that they have written about and is wanting the reader to feel the same way. But, how do you do that? It is quite simple really. It is about the writer wording the article to fit what they are expressing by the word choice they use and by stating what they want to say and get across to people.