The past two years have not been a straight path for me. Yet the curves and bends brought me exactly where I needed to be — home. Emma Conway photo. Sophomore year was a slap in the face. Between a break up, a car accident and multiple moves, I found myself beat down, broken andContinue reading “My road back home”
The Council on Foreign Relations posts news stories from around the world. Photo from The Council on Foreign Relation’s site. The Council on Foreign Relations host many informational webinars for journalist. Watch the video above for context. This webinar with Daniel Acosta-Ramos, Irina A. Faskianos, Joy Mayer and Clara Anne Robbins discuss misinformation and trustContinue reading “Misinformation and trust in media”
Clare Spaulding is freelance writer in Chicago. Photo from Clare Spaulding’s LinkedIn. Last month, I had the opportunity to call Clare Spaulding. A graduate from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, Spaulding held multiple journalism internships, including at the Texas Tribune, the Chicago Sun-Times, the Chicago Tribune and the Indianapolis Star. She provided me withContinue reading “Professional networking phone call with Clare Spaulding”
I walked in the back Beacon entrance when I interned there. The Cannon Falls Beacon did and does mean so much to me. Since I have left, the paper has fallen to O’Rourke Media group. Photo Emma Conway My phone dinged — it was an email from John Fogarty. He was my high school editor,Continue reading “Local journalism’s potential demise — vulture capitalists”
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