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An Emoji Hate Crime? The Future of The First Amendment

Written by:  Krysta Ryan The Future of The First Amendment As Kravets (2010) explains, the nation’s first two appellate opinions differed on the matter of whether students have a First Amendment right in the online world beyond the schoolyard gates and the U.S. Supreme Court has never clearly addressed the parameters of off-campus, online student … Continue reading

The Growing Biofuel Industry

Written by:  Krysta Ryan The Growing Biofuel Industry Earth has provided mankind with many resources of great importance and significance such as the necessary commodities for survival, air, water, and food.  The world’s environment has a rich biodiversity of raw materials, minerals, and resources which has aided in the growth of our modern civilization.  The … Continue reading

Muckraking is still alive.

Written by:  Krysta Ryan Muckraking is a style or type of journalistic reporting that seeks out to uncover scandals, problematic relationships, and questionable behaviors of public officials and public elites. By publicizing information from the investigation, as to arouse the public and mobilize the masses to seek policy changes. There are three muckraking models-the simple … Continue reading

Cell Phones in the Classroom?

Written by:  Krysta Ryan Public Schools in Cincinnati Adopt a BYOD-Bring Your Own Device to School In Cincinnati Ohio, the Northwest Local School District has finally allowed technological devices in the classroom. The districts 2016-2017 school year will be the first year the Bring Your Own Device Policy or BYOD will be implemented.  Historically, schools have banned … Continue reading

JRN415-WEEK 5-OHIO ENVIORNMENTAL ISSUES DRAFT

JRN415: Methods of Research & Analysis in Journalism (CDK713DS)

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A Worn Path…. I feel the journey

In the short story “A Worn Path” by Eudora Welty, (1941), the character Phoenix Jackson is on a journey that due to her age and health shows her true determination and sacrifice. The writer highlights the characters socioeconomic status by using imagery such as “bleached sugar cane apron”(Clugston,2014.) This symbolizes her long labor intensive life. … Continue reading

Digital Mayhem

I once was in love with a girl named Poetry……..
Cyber affects of Words & the Socialization of Digital Identities.. Continue reading

EMOTION + FEELING= A Word……….

Poetry appears suddenly, an imaginary expression that some scholars insist………….. “is inside of us all.“ So why do my concepts on Poetry seem frozen in a childlike cocoon? The rotten candy-coated phrases of my youth, a decay that lies between a tooth, Still licking, slick a wicked taste, a feasting in the moon……. a delicacy, the … Continue reading

Rainbow wishing

Trying to spread a word….any word Rainbow I wished upon a rainbow, on every single hue, and hope with my entire heart that a wish I wished comes true….  I wish upon its colors, that together shine so bright, And if a single hue was missing it wouldn’t look just right, The key to its … Continue reading

Ughhhh…. An Abbreviated Hatred

Could it be? Literature lost digitally…words inevitably affect my psyche Lost meaning, flattened words construct a fake social entity. So ¾ a message lost in internet time, a symbolic message is transformed to emoji slime, My English falls like a victim to crime, Its all this @#$%^&* a filthy grime.

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Music, Sensor Trigger

Ironically, the power of music is rarely discussed as a medium to share messages, but it is very powerful in influencing human behavior and aids in critical thinking. The arrangement of musical sounds, depending on intensity, the music alone can trigger sensories, to cause a human response. In other words,  musical sounds provide a rhythm […]

Why storms are named after people?

Do not fall in love with people like me. I will take you to museums, and parks, and monuments, and kiss you in every beautiful place, so that you can never go back to them without tasting me like blood in your mouth. I will destroy you in the most beautiful way possible. And when […]

Local Cincinnati School Allows Digital Devices in Classroom

Cincinnati School District creates a Bring Your Own Device Policy or BYOD.

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