8 Women Who Are Putting the Midwest on the Fashion Map

Think the Midwest is behind on the latest trends in fashion?  Think again.  These eight women show their personal style and flair in their Twitters, all while being extremely professional.  If you’re looking for some home-grown fashion inspo, here it is! Jasmine Diane (@thejasminediane) – Becoming an adult is scary, but Jasmine has you covered.  From… Continue reading 8 Women Who Are Putting the Midwest on the Fashion Map

“Spotlight” is a Strong Depiction of Journalism Past and Present

One of the films generating Oscar buzz is “Spotlight”, a film about the Boston Globe’s Pulitzer-Prize winning article about the Catholic Church’s sex scandal. I think the buzz is completely justified, as “Spotlight” is a fantastic film in every aspect, from story to acting to direction. Being both a journalism and theatre student, watching this… Continue reading “Spotlight” is a Strong Depiction of Journalism Past and Present

SLU Billiken Basketball Bash Showcases Matured and Improved Teams

Billiken Basketball fans crowded together in Chaifetz arena on Friday, October 21st for the first time since March 4th, 2015, when the men’s basketball team lost its last home game to George Mason University. The team is still in a rebuilding period after losing several key senior players two years ago. The Bash served as… Continue reading SLU Billiken Basketball Bash Showcases Matured and Improved Teams

Five Ways Not To Get Completely And Totally Sued For Your Online Writing

Online blogs and social media allows anyone to become their own journalist, writer, or storyteller.  Young people especially are latching on to this new media, and are also the ones who definitely cannot afford to be sued. The following are five tips to avoid having to lawyer up: Don’t tarnish the reputations of others online.… Continue reading Five Ways Not To Get Completely And Totally Sued For Your Online Writing