For my TV Production class, we had a special newscast for election coverage. We livestreamed the newscast and covered the election footage as it came in. This was our first show that wasn't completely scripted and it was really interesting to put on a real live newscast. We started the coverage at 7:00 PM and our teacher provided pizza for the entire class to make it a little more fun. We put on a segment every half an hour and shared more information as we found it out.
Many people have asked what it is like living in the dorms at CU. If you are one of those people, it is your bright, shiny, lucky day because I am going to tell you about my experience last year living in Arnett Hall!
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Hope all is going well as usual! The past couple of days in Boulder have started to feel more like Fall. The trees are losing their leaves and the weather is getting colder. The Fall colors that Boulder is known for are slowly disappearing as we get close to winter and hopefully a winter full of snow.
As always, I hope you are all doing well. Here are CU, we are counting down the days until Halloween and Thanksgiving. Believe it or not, we are more than halfway through the Fall semester and it feels as if it just started.
I always feel like I start any school related post with ... "it's that time of year." From finals to break... "it's that time of year." I'm about to do it again so bear with me! It's that time of year to start looking for housing next year! I currently live in Longmont, Colo., which is 25 minutes...
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