If you’re feeling lost, that’s OK. Keep forging ahead, keep smiling, keep working, keep expecting good things. Life is an awesome journey, and each day is an unlimited adventure within itself.
This crash course of a week has taught me so much from audio skills to how to be a better reporter.
As a senior staring at the beginning of a journey into the “real world,” I now have a better picture of what I want to do after I leave the relative safety of my college grounds.
Craig Timmerman left his career in computer programming to focus on woodturning full time.
Compost is more than just a green initiative to Francisco “Paco” De Lozanne, it’s a way of life. He spends four days a week biking through Austin picking up compost for Compost Pedallers.
If you know me at all, you know that even a butterfly creeps me out, let alone a critter. So to take on a story subject that dealt with snakes, rats and raccoons was surprising, to say the least.
Next Generation Radio reminded me of the value of feature stories and why I decided to pursue journalism.
San Marcos, Texas-based ventriloquist Ian Varella has come a long way from his first performance in first grade.
I’m leaving KUT this week feeling much more confident in my ability to weave together a strong piece of radio journalism.