How America has become a leader in Mass Incarceration, told thru data visualization maps

Vox has a very interesting article on incarceration rates in the United States with regards to race, drug use, and how the U.S. compares to the rest of the world. It also has maps and graphs showing that the amount of time being served has dramatically increased for murder, while remaining fairly constant for other … Continue reading How America has become a leader in Mass Incarceration, told thru data visualization maps

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Revitalization of the Hill audio story compliment

This audio story consists of interviewing two different people who have varying interests with regards to the proposals to revitalize the University Hill area. Sarah Wiebenson works for the City of Boulder, while Marcus Fotenos is the CU Student Government's President of External Affairs. I spoke with both of these individuals for their thoughts on … Continue reading Revitalization of the Hill audio story compliment

Hurricane Matthew forecast preview: critique of video coverage

http://www.usatoday.com/story/weather/2016/10/06/hurricane-matthew-what-we-know-now/91657420/ This article utilized video as well as a photo slideshow for weather forecasts of the approaching Hurricane Matthew off of the Eastern coast of Florida, which also hit Georgia and the Carolinas over the past couple of days. The video is effective because it does two things: it gives you a timeline of what … Continue reading Hurricane Matthew forecast preview: critique of video coverage

Journey to the Center of the Bookstore: A Kodas-inspired audio madlib

While debating about what kind of problem Chad and I faced, we both realized after a bit of discussion that Chad might be ill-prepared for the remaining time left in this class and our Newsgathering course. In order to remedy this problem, Chad and I figured out just the solution to this looming problem: a … Continue reading Journey to the Center of the Bookstore: A Kodas-inspired audio madlib