Monthly Archives: June 2014

The Beginning of the End

Three weeks down and I’m done with the magazine portion of my program. The days were grueling and the nights were sleepless. But through it all, my group came up with an amazing Brand and launch issue: Roster. College sports across all fields. At times it seemed like the final product would never come together. […]

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Punchdrunk’s Sleep No More: Welcome to the ’40s

I piled into an elevator with twenty other people, a silent bellhop standing in the corner. The darkly lit elevator creeped up floor by floor. When it jolted to a stop, the bellhop pointed us down a hallway. “Welcome to the McKittrick Hotel,” he said. “I hope you enjoy your stay.” My friend and I walk […]

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The Edit Test

Over the past two days I’ve been working on an Edit Test. Basically, the goal of an edit test is to test your editing skills. There’s plenty of pressure to do well. So my publishing program gave me a practice edit test and let’s just say it’s been no easy feat. The first half of […]

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The vicious cycle of Mondays

Sundays feel like the best days. A whole day devoted to relaxing without any deadlines to meet. But then Monday rolls around and work appears from nowhere. I woke up this morning to a list of rapidly approaching deadlines, and I’ve been chugging coffee ever since. I guess I should backtrack a little. The first three […]

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Nebraska girl, meet New York City

New York is huge. 8.3 million to be exact. Before arriving I hadn’t spent much time in big cities. But so far I’ve only managed to get lost once (primarily thanks to my iPhone and its GPS capabilities). After spending a month in London, the subway here is easy.  Today, after walking past the tenth pizza place in the two […]

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