Category Archives: Journalism

Debate Prep: John F. Kennedy v. Richard Nixon (1960)

Jake Kyte is a senior at the University of Arkansas, studying journalism and political science with a concentration in advertising and public relations. Born in Washington, D.C., and raised in Ruston, Louisiana, Jake is a reporter for the Arkansas Traveler … Continue reading

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Postcard from Cape Town: Darby Guinn

Darby Guinn, honors English and journalism major, spent the summer learning the joys and difficulties of piloting a Peacework service learning initiative in Cape Town, South Africa. Darby’s bond with her fellow travelers and her mission to make real changes made … Continue reading

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Choosing a Thesis Topic

  It’s hard to pick just one topic for your history research paper. It’s hard to choose a topic that’s feasible enough for your lab report. It can be really difficult to brainstorm an idea for your creative writing class. … Continue reading

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Get a Life (And Make the Grades): Yes, It Can Be Done – Here’s How.

I find sleep very important (I’d actually probably rank it above ice cream), and I’ve found that sleep tends to be a college student’s first sacrifice. My freshman year was mostly spent awake; I would spend hours into the pitch … Continue reading

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