Last week I headed to Arizona State University's Cronkite School of Journalism to participate in the Dow Jones News Fund digital media program with 10 other student journalists who had been selected from around the country. After a few days brushing up on our digital media skills, we got to work reporting on the issue of child drownings in … Continue reading “Ripple Effect” – Digital Media Week in AZ
On May 7th, France elected Emmanuel Macron as their new president. But what does Macron offer for France's overseas departments and territories, who have a vote in the election, but often feel like their voices are not heard? In this podcast I take a look at the historical, social and economical factors affecting the French … Continue reading French Election – Views From Afar
My home for a year.
As previously stated, my sister and I are planning to continue making video blogs to each other from our respective cities. Here is my first one from New York: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wwguoU4vLNg I've gotten quite a bit better at talking into a camera since I made my first video in Paris a year ago, but I … Continue reading #newyorktoseattle
As a way of staying connected and having some fun, my sister Lois and I have decided to start video blogging to each other from our separate cities à la Hank and John Green, owners of the youtube channel Vlogbrothers.Here you can see a little sneak peek of what we'll be doing:And if you subscribe … Continue reading The Vlog Sisters
This past ten days, I have been working with a group of lovely friends from my church at an orphanage in Vicente Gurerro, Mexico. Such an experience creates a feeling of family within the group so much so that upon coming home, sitting in my house alone felt eerily quiet and incredibly boring. I made … Continue reading Carry On, Carry On: A Mission to Mexico.
In this video I made for my final in multimedial journalism, I give a look behind the production of EvCC's spring play "The School for Husbands" by Molière. XOLily