Reflection of the Last Spring Semester

Quite the journey it has been! I have immensely enjoyed my time gaining skills that will help me network better and keep an informed and diverse blog. I have learned many new skills in this course, as well as sharpened some skills. In my first blog post I emphasized how uncomfortable I was with audio…

Video Story: Union Fest 2018

On May 4th, 2018, my partner Ben and I attended the 2018 Union Fest in Prexy’s Pasture and the Student Union of the University of Wyoming. This event was intended to de-stress students before finals while providing a fun celebration for the last official day of classes. There were games all over the pasture, both…

Social Media Management Critique of National Geographic and Scientific American

  As social media is increasingly dominating the news sphere, more and more organizations are adopting accounts, including some of the older and more traditional organizations. National Geographic Society has been around since 1888, and Scientific American dating back all the way to 1845. Both organizations now have a dominating social media presence in the…

7 National Monuments Under Attack in California

Within President Trump’s agenda, there are currently 27 national monuments in risk of being downsized. Two of these have already been proclaimed to shrink and allow easements for energy development, both in Utah. Some of the longest standing and most visited and enjoyed national monuments though are in California, and these may face the same…

Audio Story of Cheyenne Grace’s California Trip

Raw Audio http:// Edited Audio http:// Response: This experience was not necessarily new for me, but that doesn’t mean that I enjoyed it. I have gotten in the habit of recording audio pretty much every time I do an interview, so the recording part itself wasn’t a challenge. I recorded my sister talking about a…