Hiking miles through desert. Eating our own cooked meals. Sleeping on desert ground and gazing at the night sky. An experience to remember.
It is an absolute terrible idea to do… but I guess you make stupid choices when you’re doing something you love. Just a few weeks into his sophomore year, aspiring … Continue reading Profile Story: Alberto Zacarias
“You now have to think of every single part of the news animal. Tail to snout.” Having experience in journalism and running multiple multi-media platforms, Michael Fleeman, managing editor … Continue reading Out With the Old. In With the New: How Journalism is Changing
“We train as if our life depends on it, because it does.” During a tour at Fire Station 70, a journalism class from California State University, Northridge were … Continue reading Fire Station 70