Non-Profit Internship Opportunites at GSU

“Don’t wait to be told what to do,” encourages Tyler Rogers, a member of the internship panel hosted by Georgia State University (GSU) at the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies (AYS). On February 23, GSU students gather to hear first-hand experiences from fellow students who obtained interesting internships in the non-profit sector. Rogers earned…

Age of the Podcast: S-Town

When I first started listening to S-Town, I was eager to immerse myself in the beautifully constructed world of storytelling created by the producers of Serial and This American Life, two of my favorite podcasts. S-Town does not disappoint. Several times, I became so lost in the narrative that I found myself unapologetically crying in the back…

Floating the Boat

 This is the first in a series of pieces on “A-Town Oddities” I wrote for Five Points Literary Journal, featuring unusual and intriguing sites in Atlanta off the beaten path. * One night after closing the restaurant, I was smoking cigarettes by the dumpster with one of the line cooks. We both worked at a…

Artley Interview

In Josh Kranzberg’s interview of Meredith Artley, editor in chief of CNN digital, the two discuss the evolution and future of digital media. Must has changed since 1995 when Artley started her first journalism job at the New York Times to help launch their digital platform. The website was a simple reproduction of their print edition.…

“Side by Side” Reflection

Side by Side chronicles the evolution of film making. Film itself is a 19th century invention. To capture an image on film, light passes through a lens and hits the film behind the lens, causing crystals to react chemically to form a photographic image on the film. The process adds texture and grain structure. Images…