Ritika’s piece on Yifan Gu, the student hit by a bicyclist earlier in the academic year.
Mark’s article on the tennis team securing a 10-year home winning streak.
Maggie’s story about the ski club and some issues it had over winter break.
This will NOT help you get or keep a job. Being a member of a group and then writing something endorsing another member for government office.
Some very useful tips, others less so, but all worth thinking about before the interview.
Network!! Look and listen!! Don’t be intimidated by “requirements.” Can I live with this? Stay humble but hungry.
Here is a great post on tools you can use to make yourself stand out when applying for a job. And note what he says: RESUMES SHOULD BE ONE PAGE! JUST ONE! ONLY ONE!
Do your homework on the company, the people….and the competition.
Have questions, even basic ones. Examples: typical work day? Why do they work there? Highlight this year? Goals?
If you’re stumped, stall effectively.Examples: Restate the question. Tell you what it won’t be.
Always bring ideas.
Please and thank you.
Ask for feedback either way.
This CNN show that we watched Jon Stewart destroy…clearly was not the future.
Corrections like this one? Cool or condescending?
Devoting entire front pages/sections/papers to one topic: is this the way to go?
Do you think about and answer all of these when pitching/planning a story? Me neither.
Do you any of these words that journalists like, but people rarely use? Me neither….maybe sometimes.
Some tweets likely made sure this guy’s future was not at Microsoft!
Perhaps this is the future: White House reporters asking questions based on rap lyrics.