Entries by Katey Haas

Tech Tips: Transitions

Transitions are tough. Whether it’s the transition from living at home to being away at school, starting a new career or job, or moving to a new city, it’s often difficult to move from one thing to another seamlessly and smoothly. It’s the same in video editing. Sometimes you need a seamless way to get […]

Important Advice To Help Make Your WMI Experience A Success

By Madeline Roberts If you are reading this you might fall under one of these two categories: You are a prospective WMI student or You are already a student of WMI, three or four weeks in desperately trying to figure out what you got yourself into. No matter which one of these you might place yourself […]

Balanced, Not Boring: How Embracing Life’s Simpler Fosters Stability

By Aliza Gray When you hear the phrase “The Roaring Twenties”, more than likely you conjure up images of all things Gatsby, namely sequined-studded flapper dresses and lavish parties. Yes of course the phrase aptly describes the outrageous and brash heyday of our great-grandparents, but in my opinion, that’s not its only definition. We are […]

The perfect program for recent graduates looking for a job in media

Introducing a new program tailored specifically for recent college graduates looking to land a job in media: WMI:JobLab. Our focus is based on one thing: making sure our students are prepared to land a job in media and to be competitive job candidates not just in today’s media landscape, but also tomorrow’s. With this focus […]

Horizons

By Maizy Kate Lind I have always been attracted to places I know nothing about. There’s an enticing, imminent promise of personal change that comes along with intense adaptation. In coming to Washington, DC, I knew I would learn things about a different social culture, but the uncertainty lay in how I would learn to mold […]

Temporary City Boy

By Kody Murphy I’m a small-town guy. Where I grew up in Michigan you had to drive close to 45 minutes to the nearest Walmart for your monthly grocery shopping trip. I grew up in a place where you are surrounded by trees in every direction. My graduating class was just under a hundred people. […]

We Breathe Fire

By Emma Kelly “Some women fear the fire, some women simply become it…” – R.H. Sin The 2017 Women’s March in Washington, D.C. was the largest demonstration in U.S. history. As unfathomable as it sounds, more than 4 million people marched across the country, according to the Washington Post. This didn’t include sister marches all […]