Broadcast journalism student at Virginia Commonwealth University. I'm a little too passionate about sports and fitness.

 

pinoy54:

Fixed one string. Still have to restring a whole other guitar. Idk what it is but playing guitar is one of the most relaxing things for me to do (Taken with instagram)

DUDE, I’m bringing my drums down! You know what this means…

pinoy54:

Fixed one string. Still have to restring a whole other guitar. Idk what it is but playing guitar is one of the most relaxing things for me to do (Taken with instagram)

DUDE, I’m bringing my drums down! You know what this means…

Inner Spectrum: Dad

marceldwilson:

I’ve never cried so much. I’ve never been so sad, for so long. I’ve seen my father wither before my eyes. He was once a big, strong, and brawny. In current days, he’s he’s frail, delicate, and scrawny. He’s barley capable of walking on his own. For the first time in my life I see weakness, I see…

And now for an appealing post…

It feels good to hit 21 years of age.  Once all the school work is done, I will enjoy it.

Documentary

Once I have time to upload it to YouTube, the documentary produced by me and classmates Christina Irizarry and Melissa Stephenson titled “A Walk Through Hollywood” will be posted here on my blog for everyone to see.

Daytime crimes put VCU students on alert

Here’s the story Zack and I were in the process of doing when the real crime occurred.

Sure, crime is much more prevalent at night, but you’d be surprised at the numbers we found for daytime crime around campus.  See the reaction of students.  Click above to see the story on WTVR.com

VCU students help police catch suspected thief

Directly related to the story below! NBC 12 ran this story on their 11:00 newscast and published this online version.

VCU students chase alleged thief, leads to arrest

While just so happening to be doing a story on daytime crime on the campus of VCU, Zack Holden and I stumbled on crime actually happening.  WTVR used the video I captured on my iPad in their 6:00 and 11:00 newscasts that day! Above is the link to their online story.

VCU students anxious over Smart’s future with the Rams

Immediately after VCU’s loss to Indiana in the third round of the NCAA tournament, student anxiety grew over whether Shaka Smart would remain at the school.  Here’s what students had to say…(click above)

Are they ‘polling’ Richmond’s leg? What recent polls really mean for the city.

In late February, Zack Holden and I partnered together to analyze several polls that Richmond and the state were featured in.  Click above to check out what all these polls really meant in this story published on WTVR’s website in early March…