My favorite issues from running Orange City News

These are the covers that I’m most fond of since I started covering Orange and Villa Park in September. Below each part are links to the full articles should you have an inkling to read some more. In the above issue: El Camino Real Park in Orange is hit for handball players Villa Park tightensContinue reading “My favorite issues from running Orange City News”

I interviewed the guy who inspired Dr. Alan Grant in Jurassic Park

I recently interviewed Dr. John (Jack) Horner about coming to Chapman University in Orange as a fellow. He’ll be leading research and teaching classes on education – not dinos – but I talked to him a little bit about both. The following is the interview I had that was published in The Orange County RegisterContinue reading “I interviewed the guy who inspired Dr. Alan Grant in Jurassic Park”

A recap of my Hoziest experience yet

A few weeks ago I got a text reading something like: “BROOKE text these codewords to 98.7 every 30 minutes for a chance to win Hozier tickets!” The text was of course from my younger sister, the most Hozier obsessed human I know. As a solid older sister, I oblige and send in 10 differentContinue reading “A recap of my Hoziest experience yet”

The Myth of Meaningful Work TEDx Talk

  This is one of my favorite TEDx Talks from TEDxAzusaPacificUniversity. I had the pleasure of helping one of my college professors plan our university’s first-ever TEDx talk. I helped with aspects of running the event day-of, organizing tickets and attendance, creating promotional materials, and a number of other tasks to prepare. The above talkContinue reading “The Myth of Meaningful Work TEDx Talk”

TEDxAzusaPacificUniversity Follow Up

Our final event went of without a hitch. The talks were great, informational, insightful and on more than one occasion inspiring. Our photos officially went up on our website this week and we are working to get the videos of the talks up and available for the public. I look forward to sharing the talks.Continue reading “TEDxAzusaPacificUniversity Follow Up”