Author Archives: Hannah Fagin

Thank you, Thank you, Thank you

As I type this, Darrell and Paul sitting behind me, laughing so hard they’re practically crying. Rachel is preparing to freak out for a stress-relieving dance break. Sarah is screaming across the room in her typical style. Continue reading

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The art of attraction and my profile story

In psychology, we learned that over time, when we are constantly exposed to a certain person or thing, we tend to become more attached and attracted to that object. This is not true of our profile assignment. The longer those 500 words appeared on my computer screen, the more frustrating I got. For hours it seemed the only progress I made was through the backspace button. Continue reading

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Seven things not to do when reporting from a sporting event

If someone begs you to interview them, then it is probably not a good idea – this and more good rules of sports reporting. Continue reading

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Where I’m more comfortable: Behind the camera

I decided that in the coming days, I will make an effort to step out of my comfort zone. I hope to shed some of my anxieties and learn to be more confident in myself, even when exploring areas I may be unfamiliar with.
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Lyla Dale: Writer’s passion for news took hold early

Lyla Dale

Lyla Dale knew from an early age that she had a passion for spreading the news. In fourth grade, she recalls making her own newspaper to hand out to classmates and informing her young peers about the world around them. Continue reading

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It’s 4 a.m. and I’m still awake

Group game of Apples-to-Apples

At home, I am definitely not a light sleeper. So, this wave of insomnia is a new-found feeling. Continue reading

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