Summer Socializing Making A Splash

After what seemed like an eternity to many stuck inside the house due to the COVID-19 pandemic, America is finally attempting to slowly but surely resume to normal. Although many events have been cancelled for this Summer to continue the practice of social distancing, Nelson Ledges Quarry Park located in Garrettsville, Ohio has announced they will be opening back up this season. NLQP is a … Continue reading Summer Socializing Making A Splash

Awareness Beyond COVID-19

The Coronavirus, social distancing, hoarding, and quarantine. All terms many people have come to hear, use, and experience. The news, work place, stores, and wherever else one may be, have been buzzing about this pandemic. Everywhere you turn, Coronavirus updates or opinions are a common topic of discussion. Although we need to stay on top of this pandemic in order to lower the risk of … Continue reading Awareness Beyond COVID-19

“Jeny” Mystery Revealed

If you follow this newsletter, you may remember an article about a unique advertising campaign revolving around the slogan “#WHOISJENY”. Well, it turns out Jeny isn’t a “who” at all, it’s a “what”. You see, “Jeny” is actually a radio station for millennials, also referred to as “Generation Y” (you see where this is going). That’s right, it isn’t pronounced “Jeny” at all, it’s “Gen … Continue reading “Jeny” Mystery Revealed

Metropolitan Coffee, A Local Gem

I know there’s bias in every article ever written, it’s impossible for human beings not to have at least some unconscious opinion on any given topic. That being said, I do feel some obligation to mention that I started working at this place about a month ago so I’m mildly inclined to think it’s super awesome. Firstly, the entire place is a nut free zone, … Continue reading Metropolitan Coffee, A Local Gem

5+1 Questions with Instructor Cynthia Booker

During an interview, two time Emmy award winning broadcaster, Cynthia Booker was asked 6 questions based on her many years of being in the broadcast industry and choosing to make the decision to go back and get her masters and become a teacher. The questions the interviewer asked Booker were 1. Who is your hero? 2. When did you decide to become a broadcaster? 3.Where … Continue reading 5+1 Questions with Instructor Cynthia Booker

Tips for other students at Ohio Media School

As a student at the Ohio Media School, the greatest advice I have for students would be to get involved on campus, and interning more then the required hours needed for graduation, as in a competitive industry like media, experience is key. Another strong recommendation I have for new students would be to do an internship outside of school, meet professionals in the business, make … Continue reading Tips for other students at Ohio Media School