Goodbye 2020; Bring on 2021

I haven’t left my apartment all day. I got up, showered, cleaned up, took out the trash and now it’s dark out. 2020, amirite?

Good riddance.

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Taking a break at Letchworth State Park

If you’re anything like me, you’ve been scrolling endlessly for the last 24 hours. Flipping back and forth between news channels. I’m getting constant alerts and notifications about projected winners and demands for recounts.

If you’re looking for a quick distraction, or just want a little break, take a look at my trip to Letchworth State Park.

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Check in on your journalist friends

If you’ve been living under a rock, maybe you haven’t heard anything about Rochester, N.Y. these past few weeks.

Maybe you haven’t heard about Daniel Prude, Mayor Lovely Warren or (now former) Chief La’Ron Singletary.

I’m not debriefing you on that. It’s my day off — I’m not reporting the news here. That’s up to you to educate yourself. I’m here to ask you one thing when you scroll through countless newsfeeds, websites and tweets…

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Living New, Now, Next.

Some of you may know already, but currently I’m one of the executive producers for SBU-TV. This little college station has been a major part of my academic life here at St. Bonaventure. Being a student journalist is a unique experience and not many people see what goes into making a great newscast. For anyone curious about what my job is like, here’s a snapshot into an average week at SBU-TV.

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