Monthly Archives: March 2011

Wil Leitner – WVU Fencing

I was really intrigued by the opportunity of covering such a unique sport like fencing. A sport that is quite unknown on most college campuses. You think of the ball sports like football, basketball, and baseball at a big sports … Continue reading

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Jeremy Neely- Cage-Free Eggs

This story sparked my interest as soon as I heard about it in the Daily Athenaeum. I am not a huge activist, but I do appreciate when people go out of their way to find ways to help reduce the … Continue reading

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Baby Monitors – Josie

I did my fourth story on the safety of baby monitors. I found the story first on CNN.com. The majority of parents use baby monitors to watch and hear their baby while they are sleeping or in a different room … Continue reading

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ROMPP- Lowe

While having non-profit, as a beat is enjoyable and eye opening, it’s not always the most compelling. Making a larger story out of a simple non-profit program can often be a project in itself. I want to use the resources … Continue reading

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Biodiesel-Lauren

For my fourth WVU News package I wanted to do a story about people buying fuel-efficient cars because gas prices are continuing to rise. I talked to Professor Dahlia about it, and she told me to go to car lots … Continue reading

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Gas Prices- Kiersten

I wanted to focus on doing a story about the rising gas prices because of how they are affecting the economy and the people of the U.S. When I first started filming gas price signs and people pumping gas I … Continue reading

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Beech View Place – Whitney

Finding residential living close to campus and downtown parking can be a challenge with Morgantown’s ever-growing student population. But, a new apartment complex located on Beechurst Avenue is expecting completion by this December. Beech View Place will contain six levels … Continue reading

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