Science Story

October 28, 2021 | 1 Comment

The Eiffel Tower can be 15 cm taller in the summers. how does a phenomenon called thermal expansion make it so that the Eiffel Tower expands 15 cm during the summertimes? find out tonight in CBD news at nine. the total height of the Eiffel Tower depends entirely in on when you ask the question. […]

Media Comparison

October 24, 2021 | 1 Comment

For this assignment, I investigated the recent updates on the case of Brian Laundrie and Gabby Petitio. After a throughout search of the area by authorities yielded nothing, laundries parents finally decided to join in and search the area, because of this, authorities found a bag of what seemed to be Laundries personal items and […]

News Comment #7

October 19, 2021 | 1 Comment

Sirens: loud, Ineffective, and Risky, Experts Say. This article discusses the safety implications of using sirens on emergency vehicles. It talks specifically about the use of sirens in situations that are unnecessary. Sirens and lights are being used in situations that are not imminently deadly. Firefighters say that the lights and sirens cause an adrenaline […]

Article #2 Final

October 18, 2021 | Leave a Comment

What’s In The Water at Morningside University? Morningside swim coach and some mustang swimmers talk about the upcoming 2021-2022 swim season. The Morningside University men’s and woman’s swim team kicked off their 2021-2022 season this past weekend at the St. Ambrose University Quadrangular. Coach Brian Farris feels optimistic about the upcoming season. “We have two […]

Explore The Otherside

October 12, 2021 | 2 Comments

Examine what lies beneath or behind. For this assignment, I ventured into Joan’s office in the Mass Comm department and looked behind her door. Joan asked me what I was doing and I responded with an explanation of the assignment. I found first that the door creeks. It sounds similar to a dog crying or […]

Pirouline

October 12, 2021 | 1 Comment

A Pirouline is a straw-like cylindrical cookie. It is a tan color with a brown swirl from top to bottom. It is a chocolatey version of a candy cane. The ends of both sides of the cookie have chocolate, there are crumbs from other cookies mashed into the chocolate coming from the ends of the […]

Article #2 Draft

October 11, 2021 | Leave a Comment

What’s in the water at Morningside University. Morningside swim coach and boys team captain talks about the upcoming 2021-2022 swim season. The Morningside University men’s and woman’s swim team kicked off their 2021-2022 season this past weekend at the St. Ambrose University Quadrangular. With several swim meets to come the mustangs coach, Brian Farris, feels […]

In an interview with Mr. Fuglsang’s Introduction to Journalism class, Professor Gonsler tells all about his journey from student to professor. Professor John Gonsler started his journey to higher education at Farris State University but transferred after one year to Michigan State University where he completed his bachelor’s degree. Soon after graduating, he moved back […]

Last Conversation

October 7, 2021 | 1 Comment

Last night at around 10 O’clock I had a conversation with a fellow resident’s assistant Anders Staxon. We were in my college Roadman residence dorm room at Morningside University, and we were talking about what a student’s dorm room should look like.  I had stated that Answers room seemed very clean, organized, and tidy which […]

News Comment #6

October 5, 2021 | 1 Comment

Hunter Injured in Grizzley Bear Attack near Cody. Saturday, October 2nd a man was attacked by a Grizzley bear while on an elk hunt in the forest near Cody, Wyoming. The hunter who was attacked managed to make it back to the trailhead before being life-flighted to a nearby hospital with “non-life-threatening injuries.” The Grizzley […]