College Students and Mental Health Strain of COVID-19

By Cameron Breland The fall semester is in full swing for most universities, or at least trying to be with various schools hosting online classes and limited in person lessons. A big factor is the ongoing pandemic right in the middle of the semester that sent students home for the longest spring break in history. […]

Defining and Reviewing Solutions Journalism

By Cameron Breland Before the chaos of 2020 unfolded, I was on track to graduate in May with a few job opportunities on the table with my marketing and communications degree. Then, COVID-19 came and changed my future plans altogether. I turned back to graduate school to take an opening in the master’s program for […]