Monthly Archives: November 2014

Romans

Last week, I read Romans from start to finish. I know a lot of Christians say it’s their favorite, but I really understand why. Recently, I’ve started reading the bible (a two year plan, because I’m really busy), and it’s … Continue reading

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Younger Than Most

I’m really good at complaining. I was born in December in Maryland. In Maryland, if you turn 5 before the second semester of kindergarten, you can start. My mom had the decision of holding me back until I was 5 … Continue reading

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Giveaways

  In Fayetteville, there is a vintage boutique called Grey Dog. They’re pretty expensive, as all boutiques are. All of their clothes are beautiful, and it makes my heart hurt because I can’t afford them/shouldn’t buy them. Today, they posted … Continue reading

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Pseudoscience

In my Physical Science class, we had to write a paper about a consumer product that is likely pseudoscience. Pseudoscience is “fake science”. There are ten questions to ask yourself when wondering if something is using pseudoscience to sell: 1.) … Continue reading

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Summer

As this semester comes to a close, I have to think back on how far I’ve come. This summer, I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life. My advisor helped me choose Journalism and I was … Continue reading

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Photography Headway

Hello, my name is Claudia and I have awkward friends. Yesterday, I got to take photos of my friend’s senior recital! It was a learning experience. Before this semester, I was never good at manual photography. I always put everything … Continue reading

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The 7 Canons of Journalism Extra Credit

Claudia Hall Billy Reeder – Mass Communications – MWF 11:00 11/20/14 What do you think of when you hear the word “journalism”? Before majoring in it, I thought of writing about things you’re passionate about. I thought it would come easily. … Continue reading

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