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What are your thoughts on this story? Do you think the costume is controversial? This story aired on WHSV’s news at 11 PM. Visit WHSV.com for more on this story.  Please be respectful when leaving comments. 00Share with friends:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new...
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Recap: Meredith-Cronkite Fellowship Program    Two weeks ago, I participated in the Meredith-Cronkite fellowship program in Phoenix, AZ. It was a week-long intensive program designed to prepare future broadcast journalists for producing great stories and excelling in the field. I spent my time with nine other talented student journalists,  listening to KPHO CBS 5’s reporters, editors, videographers and news directors who shared words of encouragement and valuable advice. In addition, I used...
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There are few things that make me excited. Hearing feedback from my peers, mentors and family members is certainly one of them. Thank you to all who notified me that my first story aired on mtvU and provided words of encouragement. I’m at the beginning stages of my career where everything is happening so sporadically. It makes me anxious for what’s to come. My first story surrounded a sophomore print...
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T. Howard Foundation Class of 2012 Summer Intern Orientation Photos by Anna-Lysa Gayle The T. Howard Foundation is a non-profit organization that partners with major media companies to provide paid full-time summer internships in the multimedia and entertainment industry to minority students. The Foundation defines minority students as those who self identify as African-American/Black, Asian/Asian-American, Latino/Hispanic, Multi-Racial, Native American, Pacific Islander or South Asian. –T. Howard Foundation   Interested in interning with the...
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Sunday Oct. 16, 2011. On Sunday, thousands of people gathered in West Potomac park to watch the dedication ceremony for the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial. The new addition to the national mall is the first of its kind. Martin Luther King once again makes history, by being the only African American to be featured on the mall. Share with friends:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to...
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