Millennial Generation Original article by Monica Zielinski
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Monica Zielinski - Special to the Southern News
Free from orthopedic shoes, hair buns and glasses, a new age of future librarians is emerging, but the recent decision by the American Library Association to withdraw accreditation from the master of library science program at Southern and the comments made by the department’s chairman, Dr. Hak Joon Kim, Ph.D., could mean the building isn’t the only thing under construction.
Photo courtesy of Ellen Lenart.
After countless disappointing weeks of not being published, I have decided to take matters into my own hands and personally hand my stories out to anyone willing to read 600 word-stories about New Haven Connecticut. I will post all and any of my stories on my blog just to satisfy my desire to toss my words into the universe. Even if just one person reads one story, I have done my job as a journalist by informing that one individual.
Jessica Teixeira - Special to the Southern News
After walking down the aisle of desks, Jill Tuschhoff placed her written notes on the easel facing the class, and began delivering her oral presentation.
Tuschhoff, junior special education major, said she is definitely one to get nervous before giving speeches and presentations in front of the class.
“In front of adults, I do have a fear,” said Tuschhoff.
Considering I’ve only worked with InDesign for a short amount of time, I can only base my opinion on first impressions. I’ve worked with Microsoft Publisher in the past, and I find it is much easier to use and become accustomed to the various tools. As with any new program, I would need a lot more time to know the ins and outs of InDesign, but overall it is a good page-editing software.
Personally, I prefer editing magazine layouts because there is more creative freedom to use various fonts, styles, colors and images.
I followed most of the class instructions on how to do the layout for the Dispatches article, but I added a little bit of my own style anyway. I used a font that stretched across the top of the photo, rather than having it in the center.
Also, the title of the article was aligned left, but the second deck is moved over to the right slightly.
The third deck, the description, is centered rather than aligned left.
The 'Here Comes Honey Boo Boo' family got the inspiration for their Halloween costumes from another famous reality show family... the Kardashians! See Honey Boo Boo and her fam as the Kardashians...
People.com says that the family decided to dress like the Kardashians because:
"Everyone seems to compare our family to them," Mama June tells PEOPLE.