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Lockett Story III First Draft

  “My family is directly targeted, and my community is directly targeted, and it’s very, very fucking scary,” said Muna Hussaini, sitting outside a bookstore on a park bench in the dark of the November evening. Hussaini, who works for… Continue Reading →

Ibarra Story 3 Draft

Bear with me bc my interviewees weren’t available due to traveling for the holidays. Here is a rough outline: Introduce David Sollee Where he is now in life plays 4-5 shows a week Makes a living as a musician The… Continue Reading →

Crown Story 3 Draft- Why are textbooks so expensive at the bookstore

Along with limited parking, unsatisfactory food and tuition, the price of textbooks at the bookstore is one of the most angering issues for students. When compared to online retailers like Amazon and Chegg, the St. Edward’s bookstore sells some textbooks… Continue Reading →

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Story 3 Draft – Gonzalez

From the very first week that we stepped into this class, I wanted to focus on the sports beats so that I could share the story of men’s basketball head coach Andre Cook. Once we had free reign, I started… Continue Reading →

Story 3 Draft – CUNEO

Title: Why Baby Boomers’ Retirement Is Something We Should Be Talking About Medium: Sound Nut Graph: Baby boomers’ retirement is one of the country’s biggest issues affecting Americans, 76 million in fact and it has been 70 years in the… Continue Reading →

Pitch 3 Mayberry- Silent protest This will be a story about the protest and will include interviews from the organizations involved.  

LOPEZ Story 2

Last summer, the Texas Pharmacy Association released a standing order for Naloxone, known more commonly by its brand name, Narcan, allowing it to be readily available without prescription in every Walgreens in Texas. Why is this a big deal? Because Narcan… Continue Reading →


  FINAL SCRIPT JM1: Not down with that… On election day Austin voters approved a $720 million mobility bond under proposition 1. According to, “The Smart Corridor plan will significantly address congestion, increase safety, and provide more transportation choices… Continue Reading →

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