Archive for Author: Celeste
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As I mentioned previously, this semester I am taking two journalism classes that act as one experimental 6-credit course (JLMC 312: Advanced Techniques in Photojournalism and JLMC 414X Digital Newsroom) covering the Iowa caucuses.  Since Iowa has a special first-in-the-nation status (which means that we hold the first major contest of the US presidential primary […] [READ MORE]

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As many of you may already know, Iowa State University is known for its beautiful campus. It just turned to autumn, which is my favorite season, but this campus is truly beautiful all year-round.  I love being able to use the colors of our campus to heal. The environment is full of different colors, and […] [READ MORE]

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On the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar year is the full moon, which marks the mid-autumn festival. It is celebrated from the 14th to the 16th day of the 8th month, making it a 3-day celebration. In South Korea, this holiday is called Chuseok (pronounced like choo-suck). It’s a celebration […] [READ MORE]

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The Iowa caucuses are the first contest for the United States presidential election. That means that we get the first say in the nation. The 2020 Iowa Democratic caucuses and the 2020 Iowa Republican caucuses will take place on Monday, February 3, 2020. For those who aren’t familiar with the Iowa caucuses, it happens before […] [READ MORE]

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I’ve finally entered my fourth and final year at Iowa State as a journalism and mass communications major! It feels like just yesterday I was a freshman and writing my first blog for Cyclone Life. I still have an entire school year left to spend here at Iowa State, but before I graduate and leave […] [READ MORE]

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