Online Journalism v Traditional Journalism

Discussing the differences and similarties between writing for online v print journalism


New Student Services Center set to debut 2024

Complaints about Bloomsburg University’s lack of space for students to lounge has launched a conversation regarding new construction. On Jan. 30, the Vice President of Student Affairs, Dione Somerville, gathered various student organizations to discuss the possible building of a new student union building. The University has been hosting multiple interviews; many students have received … Continue reading New Student Services Center set to debut 2024

Antarctica is in Danger!

Those who care about human rights and environmental consciousness are often brushed off as bleeding hearts who do not fully understand what is actually going on. Repeatedly those who truly believe climate change is a hoax have challenged my ideas. And while I debate with the latest facts and data, I cannot seem to help … Continue reading Antarctica is in Danger!

Cure for Leukemia?

Living in a time of massive technological advancements has allowed us to witness amazing feats. We walk around with small, yet powerful computers in our pockets, we have put humans on the moon, and now we may have found a cure for leukemia. Leukemia is a type of cancer where white blood cells, also called … Continue reading Cure for Leukemia?

Learning a New Language

"Die Grenzen meiner Sprache bedeuten die Grenzen meiner Welt. ‘The limits of my language are the limits of my universe’,” Ludwig Wittgenstein. Learning a new language is an amazing opportunity. It’s easy, cheap, and opens so many doors for you. From business ventures to travel, being multilingual can only benefit you. While you can go … Continue reading Learning a New Language