I am told and reminded time and time again that all good things must come to an end. The statement is once again proven correct as the school year winds down, more notably with my time at the Lariat.
The crazy ones “…they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can’t do is ignore them. Because they change things.”
Thanks to blogs, thanks to Twitter, thanks to the Drudge Report, thanks to Huffington Post, the masses control the news. The masses are no longer the end user. The public is now the producer.
Ever wondered what we do when we’re not making a paper? Want to know what’s hip in the newsroom? Take a weekly peek into what the Lariateers are doing, wearing and watching with our blog, “What We’re Lovin’.”
Every night, as DEADline creeps closer and closer, the Lariat races to keep him at bay.
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It was 4 a.m., and I was out on the stoop of my apartment building reading the Times, when I thought, “How did this newspaper make it to my door step?”
I’m not that great of a writer, which is why I am the Photo Editor, so I’m going to show you New York through my photos.
I love click bait articles for the same reasons everyone else loves them: they are usually at least mildly entertaining and they’re quick reads.