Monthly Archive: November, 2013

Online Resume

I can feel my career as a journalism student is about to end. I am currently seeking for jobs and I have created this online resume for my near future use. Click this… Continue reading

How to survive in journalism field

A movie “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” will be released on Christmas this year. I already fell in love with the movie just by watching the trailer. The storyline was so interesting… Continue reading

Voice in the newspaper

My Introduction to Journalism class taught me not to have any voice in my story. It wanted crisp clear straight news. As I go on with my journalism major, more and more classes… Continue reading


When I interviewed an Albany Times Union Investigative fellow Alysia Santo for my Media and Ethics final project, the main advice she gave me was that I always need an editor. She emphasized… Continue reading

What did you do for Halloween?

Apart from being a college student, I work as a resident assistant on Alumni Quad at UAlbany. As part of Department of Residential Life, I was able to spend my Halloween week helping… Continue reading

Code of Ethics in Journalism

I took Media and Ethics course at the University at Albany last year. One of the codes that I walked away with in this class was to keep the boundary between the subject. It was… Continue reading

Yi Wen Garden – Shanghai

  © Casey So Hyeun Cho and, 2013. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may… Continue reading

Harvard vs. Yale

    Here is the infographic that compares Harvard University and Yale University. The categories are the average SAT score range, tuition, academics and athletics. According to the Business Insider article, the winner… Continue reading