Monthly Archives: March 2012

Multimedia Project: Study Abroad Barcelona

Every year, many American students are plagued with the difficult decision of where to study abroad. Really tough issue, right? Where should I spend four months more or less vacationing while getting a break from the monotony of American universities? … Continue reading

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Paris

It has always been a dream of mine to go to Paris. With seven years of French class in middle and high school combined with Carrie Bradshaw‘s Parisian experience, I always seemed like the most amazing place to visit. So … Continue reading

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Catalunya Radio

My Journalism 2.0 teacher, Pipo, was nice enough to take my class on a tour of Catalunya Radio, where he works on a radio show. I have gone on tours of TV stations before and seen news rooms, but never … Continue reading

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Madrid

My friends and I went on our first trip within Spain…Madrid! With all this traveling throughout Europe, we almost forgot about how much traveling we need to do within Spain itself. So, where better to start than the capital? Honestly, … Continue reading

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Politics 2.0

With the expansion of social media, the world of politics was bound to adopt it. This became very clear in the 2008 U.S. presidential election. Coming in as a fresh, young face, Barack Obama┬áreally used social media tools in his … Continue reading

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When in Rome…

This past weekend, it was off to Rome for me and my friends! We were visiting friends in Rome, so we had a jam packed weekend of sight seeing, shopping and of course EATING (pizza on pasta on pizza on … Continue reading

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Multimedia Journalism

Multimedia journalism is a new form of reporting on the web that gives readers an interactive look at the information they are seeking. It often incorporates photos, videos and activities with text to tell a more non-linear story. It keeps … Continue reading

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