Posts Tagged “travel journalism”

“There’s No Knowing Where You Might Be Swept Off To”

By |

“There’s No Knowing Where You Might Be Swept Off To”

  By Maria Vigil In my 19 years of life, I have been fortunate enough to travel a bit, but not nearly as much as I hope to. When I was 5, I went to Croatia with my family for a month, and then spent about a week in Rome. After that, the farthest I…

Read more »

Travel Journalism: The “Write” Class to take

By |

Travel Journalism: The “Write” Class to take

by Kelly Logie   Ever since I was little, I loved to write. I knew I wasn’t the best writer out there, but it was something that I could do to express how I was truly feeling about a certain subject. Writing essays though? Not my thing. I loved creating short stories, and making the…

Read more »

Looking Through a Travel Journalism Lens

By |

Looking Through a Travel Journalism Lens

by Korey Hope   Some of the most fulfilling experiences in life are learning experiences. When we learn a new piece of information or in-depth information about a single topic, the way we see the world effectively changes. For example, once you learn in-depth about the fast food industries standards for quality, it’s rather hard…

Read more »