Goodbye Scripps, You will be missed.

During high school, I had many ideas of what I wanted to do for the rest of my life. I decided I would let which ever college I went to decide my career path for me. I considered majoring in psychology at Pennsylvania State University, education at John Carroll University (because my mother had gotten her masters in school … Continue reading

My Editing Experience

Similar to some of my fellow bloggers, I came to college with very little expeirence in the field of journalism. The was particularly the case with media and editing media. I knew that some bloggers such as Andrea had experience in high school (she wrote about it here https://scrippsfreshmen.wordpress.com/category/andrea/) and I too had taken a brief … Continue reading

“One of the best in the nation” Scripps is no high school

You’ve heard that the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism is one of the best journalism schools in the nation (http://www.ohio.edu/admissions/academics/comm.cfm has more information) so what does this really mean? Other than building our egos, it means that Scripps has a rigorous course load. In high school, I was able to do the minimum amount of work … Continue reading

A Blog a day keeps writers block away

Ohio University upperclassmen and second quarter freshmen know the agony involved with scheduling classes. When It came time to register for winter quarter classes, I found out that I was going to schedule on the last day. This was because seniors are able to choose classes first, and freshmen (minus a few exceptions) are to … Continue reading

WOUB

The National Public Radio and Public Broadcasting, or WOUB, is a large, student-run program that I am involved in on campus. WOUB acts as a lab environment for students to actively participate in broadcast. Students first start out in radio newscasts and then can move on to television. The first time I ever visited Ohio … Continue reading

Meet Bri!

Bri Adamson: I remember the moment I knew I wanted to work in broadcast journalism. It was an unbelievable week in New York City. I had scheduled a tour of NBC’s studios and when I was picked to read a mock newscast at a mock studio, I had a strange feeling. I was sitting at … Continue reading