Author: Katrina

  • Crumbs Style Guide

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    A collection of documents created for a fictional bakery, including a style guide, two-page newsletter, envelope, newsletter, and a business card.

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  • Association of Women in Sports Media News Release

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    A news release written to promote “AWSM Week” event for Susquehanna University’s Association for Women in Sports Media.

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  • Wheel of Oppression

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    As part of our central curriculum Communications course, we were tasked to develop a “Wheel of Oppression” and analyze what identity markers we have and how oppressed or privileged they leave us.

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  • Why “Anne with an ‘E’” is a Binge-Worthy Show

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    When I was six, my mom added her well-loved, yellowed collection of books she read in middle school to my bookshelf. The standout series was Anne of Green Gables. She begged me to read those books for years, but it wasn’t until I chose to visit the fictional world of Green Gables on my own…

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  • Exploring Control Net Models

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    To learn more about control net models, I chose to explore two generative AI models with three sample prompts, giving each prompt to both models. I utilized the website stablecog.com to generate images based on my inputted prompt. With the results, I created sliders using Flourish to display the output of the models and demonstrate…

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  • Marvel Film Data Analysis

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    Introduction As a long-time Marvel fan, I thought it would be incredibly useful to learn data visualization by studying data from various Marvel films, and noting the patterns between their distributor, budget, revenue, and other factors. All charts were created using Flourish, a data visualization and storytelling tool. Use the link below to explore the…

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  • Be Authentic: The 2023 Women’s Leadership Panel

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    Last night I had the honor of attending Susquehanna University’s 2023 Women’s Leadership Panel, centered around celebrating authenticity. The panel was part of the Women’s Leadership Initiative supported by the Signe S. Gates ’71 and Dawn G. Mueller ’68 Women’s Leadership Fund. We got to hear from three amazing alumni who serve in leadership positions:…

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  • The Little Things

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    There’s nothing quite like being both a runner and a writer. I think they work pretty well together. I’ve heard that normal teammates will just point out what areas of a cross country course map are hills, not send a 300-word essay complete with anecdotes and way-too-specific details about the texture of the leaves. Every…

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  • A Thank You

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    A week and a half ago, I ran the worst race of my college career so far. It was hot out, I was dehydrated, and I was demotivated. Long story short, it sucked. The only part of my race that I remember is looking over to the crowd during my first lap and seeing that…

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  • The Healthy Kids Running Series – How Helping Kids Helped Me, Too

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    Imagine being swarmed by an army of over 80 children. Most of them are under ten years old, and so they’re sticky and sweaty and who knows where one of them found dirt to roll around in. Terrifying, right? But somehow that was one of my happiest moments last spring. These kids were participating in…

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