Posts tagged newsroom
Posts tagged newsroom
Today we had to do surgery on our newsroom friend because he had Chia seeds growing out of his eyes.
Pick #4: Our design chief, Joey Fisher, is currently obsessed with Unkle Bob’s “Swans.”
‘Hanging out’ or ‘watching a movie’, avoiding labels, keeping it casual - whatever you call it, it’s not dating. So what is it? http://bit.ly/U8P7fL
“Take a good look at the band in those early days, and no matter how devilish their grins, it’s more than apparent they were the weird kids in school.”
Arts writer, Alex Whelan, defends blink-182 as his favorite band of all time.
Our videographer, Tyler, likes to pretend he fights crime.
By Rachel McCluskey
The UA recently declared its support of amending a state statute to clarify that marijuana research, receiving the proper federal authorization, may be conducted at the university.
The support, given in a UA statement, comes as a result of delays in a UA study intended to determine if marijuana will benefit veterans with post traumatic stress disorder. Currently, Arizona state law states that marijuana research may not be performed on state campuses.
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From that fruitcake your grandma kept forcing you to eat after the third piece to corn syrup ridden pecan pie or that five layer lasagna with extra cheese, the holiday season is full of unhealthy food.
Now that the season has ended, it’s time to get serious about what is going into your body again, starting with a detox.
The good thing about a detox is that it cleanses your body of all the toxins and build up lining your stomach, intestines, and colon. Doing a detox can regulate digestion, increase energy, improve skin complexion, reduce stress and improve concentration.
The intensity of desired detoxification will determine its duration, but a cycle typically runs between seven and 10 days.
Steer clear of alcohol, processed foods and refined sugars, including pastries, ice cream, pies and cakes. All dairy and meat should be avoided as well, as these foods can be more difficult to digest and often have hidden sodium, sugars and added hormones that should be avoided.
If dairy is a must, opt for plain Greek yogurt. The active live cultures will help regulate digestion. For protein or carbohydrates, try eggs (egg whites are even better) or quinoa (a type of grain).
In short, a vegan diet of nutrient rich fruits and vegetables is the best choice in cleaning out all of that junk.
A liquefied diet is even better as you will have an even easier time processing everything. Here are a few detox smoothies that your body will definitely appreciate:
Sour Green smoothie
1 Green apple
1 heaping handful of fresh spinach
Lemon juice and water
The Arizona Daily Wildcat undergoes changes every semester, including new staff and editors, new policies and new goals.
Last semester, we were working on our social media presence. Like any professional newspaper, we needed to modify how we produce the news since paper circulation is on the decline and digital news is on the rise.
This semester, new digital media editor Casey Lewandrowski has many ideas on how to make the Daily Wildcat more accessible and connect with its digital audience. We reworked our website and encouraged our reporters to use Twitter and Facebook more. Casey is also exploring ways to expand our social media presence to sites like Instagram and Tumblr. This endeavor isn’t just about building the Wildcat’s social media presence or its brand — it’s about establishing and maintaining connections to our audience.
Last semester, the editors decided to stop producing a regular Arts and Life section and created what is now known as Wildcat Weekend. The content within Wildcat Weekend was mainly arts and sports, but it was a section that often came under criticism. We took our comments and yours, and we met each week to make adjustments and work out the kinks. But we still have a long way to go.
For example, we noticed that much of the entertainment suggested in Wildcat Weekend required access to Fourth Avenue or downtown. We often would write about bars or places that target a 21 and older audience, and we weren’t representing a whole other fraction of Arts and Life readers. Plenty of our readers aren’t 21, or aren’t interested in the bar scene all the time, and they were often neglected. We hope to change that. Arts and Life editor K.C. Libman has returned to the position for a second semester, and has said he hopes to refocus content on what’s happening on the UA campus — not just near it. In addition, we’ve expanded the arts section to the daily paper as opposed to just Mondays and Fridays for more complete coverage.
As the new readers’ representative, I want to ensure the Wildcat continues to be transparent and that I keep readers informed of our plans. Our staff of about 75 caters to 40,000 students plus staff and faculty. We know that interacting with a number this large is difficult, but through social media and our dedication to thorough and representative coverage of the UA, we hope to continue making the Wildcat a publication worth reading.
As a student publication, we often work by trial and error. We value constructive criticism and want to hear your suggestions. We seek to produce a professional and informative paper, and that means looking to improve every day.
— Lynley Price is the assistant copy chief and readers’ representative for the Daily Wildcat. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter via @LynleyPrice
The news editor is combing a reporter’s hair. Just an average day at the Wildcat.