Who are you?
Austin. P Taylor, journalism sophomore and managing editor of The Ranger.
What class inspired you to join The Ranger staff?
COMM 2311, Media Writing inspired me to join The Ranger. I am currently taking COMM 2315, News Reporting.
What was your favorite part of the TCCJA convention?
I guess eating the food, and networking for me was the great opportunity. Meeting journalists from the Express-News and People Newspapers.
What was the most fun part of the trip to Arlington?
Going around the campus, exploring their newspaper room. They had a significantly larger newsroom.
When will you graduate from this college and what will you do afterward?
I should graduate next spring or summer, and I will pursue my undergraduate studies at Texas State University or UTSA
Where do you want to be in five years?
I would like to look into a career in journalism, and I might look into getting my master’s.
Why are you interested in journalism or photography?
I used to write a lot, I enjoyed doing this and I love reporting work. I do have fun with it.
How did you contribute to the TCCJA multimedia package? Which award did you win?
Jessica Del Valle and I wrote half of the written portion of the package and we assembled our pieces together and submitted it. We as a team won an award for overall multimedia.
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