To anyone still reading, I'd like to send out my condolences to anyone involved in the bombings today. It is a horrific event, and it warms my heart to see the sheer number of people who have reached out to those in need, whether it be with information or the number of people who physically helped out around the blast sites. Remember to stay informed, as events such as this tend to cause panic and confusion. The best we can do is to offer support to those who need it at this moment, and take in the details as they come. Speculation only breeds further panic.
Major news networks are covering live on television, as well as up-to-date coverage online. At least in the Kalamazoo area, MLive is doing a wonderful job covering the event for Kalamazoo participants, and the Facebook group for check-ins can be found here.
All my love and thoughts to anyone touched by this tragedy,
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Hey y'all, so I'm taking another journalism class this quarter that examines the art of narrative journalism specifically. I shall be writing an additional blog for this class which can be found here. If you're interested in reading it, feel free to check it out! It should update roughly weekly. I will be doing my best to continue updating this blog as well, but it will probably be at a much slower pace until around June. Thanks for reading!