With the semester coming to a close and the holidays just around the corner, “The Chicks” decided to do a project that tied into the theme of “giving.” We did this by visiting some of Louisville’s well-known charitable organizations to get a first-hand look at how people are giving back to others in the community this holiday season. The organizations we focused on were St.
Can you find the fruitcake?
Every year, the month of December is filled with Christmas cheer for millions of people around the world. Unless, of course, one month of joy and jolliness isn’t enough, in which case you start your celebration of the most wonderful time of the year in November around Thanksgiving. Or maybe you’re reading this and thinking to yourself, “what are they talking about?
Clinton McIntosh, David Green, Chaz Embry, Kyeland Jackson
Dood Gaming Capstone Project
Communications 301: Online Journalism
For our Capstone project the Dood Gaming crew decided to go to Clarksville, Indiana to cover the release of one of the hottest new things in gaming, the PlayStation 4. With several stores in the area doing a midnight release we knew there would be lines of people waiting outside in the cold who would be willing to answer some of our questions about why they were buying the PlayStation 4, especially over the Xbox One that was coming out a week later.
Naughty or Nice: The Holidays don’t have to Scrooge your Health.
With the holidays right around the corner family, fun and food are the obvious things on everyone’s mind. Since this is a special time of year, so many traditions have to be upheld and delicious meals are to be shared with the ones we love. So often, the majority of us fall out of our regular diets and daily routines to indulge in all the festivities of the holidays.
It's been a while since we last talked here on the blog even though we all keep in touch on Twitter, but it just doesn't feel the same 140 characters at a time. To those on the e-mail list, allow me to sincerely apologize on behalf of the entire Believing Since 1999 staff (consisting of only me) for leaving you in the dark for so long.
Thanksgiving is officially over, which means it's now Christmas season. While most people started celebrating Christmas about a month ago, I don't even start thinking about any of my Christmas traditions until the day after Thanksgiving, at the earliest. That being said, in honor of the upcoming Christmas season, I've decided to list my favorite Christmas movies:
1) Elf: Will Ferrell parading around NYC in an Elf costume?
This may be a little late but keep them in mind! Thanksgiving break may seem like it flies by quickly, and that's because it does but there are some things you shouldn't forget to do.
1. Catch up with people you haven't seen in a while. It may be friends, family, old coworkers, whoever! Everybody has free time this week!