For this edition of Technician, I covered two events that made the front page. This day pushed me to write quality stories with little time. They were also both political issues--one about the interaction between the LGBT community and education and the other a political debate during the 2012 campaign period.
N.C. State and other UNC system universities consider leaving the Associate of Student Governments.
Churches on Same Sex Marriage
Under a new beat system, I covered more stories about the LGBT community. Although Amendment One prevented gay couples to marry, several churches allowed couples to marry in their church. The GLBT director said the majority of the leaders of these churches understand that marriage is a religious practice.
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I covered the governor's race as one of my first stories for the newspaper. This story represents the difference between write-in candidates and party candidates campaign and their platforms.
As a part of the election results, I featured what President Barack Obama's reelection would mean for the LGBT community.
Rebecca Godlin visited N.C. State to address how statistics can often be misleading, because they often make two subjects related that truly aren't.