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Lacey’s Daily Nebraskan writing
The Daily Nebraskan team is currently revamping its website and moving to a new server. It is taking longer than expected for archived stories to be moved and many are currently inaccesible. Some, which I’ve linked here, are available through the former publisher’s archives.
Writing for the Daily Nebraskan was humbling and rewarding. As a weekly columnist and opinion editor I strived to live up the social responsibility the unique position demanded.
Here are some of my writings:
Mason: Facebook is fleeting, individuality isn’t (December 2009)
Mason: Quitting smoking not easy, but possible (March 2009)
Mason: Make time for you, allow others to do the same (February 2011)
Mason: Alopecia hard to accept, but reality nonetheless (February 2011)
Mason: Snow weather can be fun, requites safety (January 2011)
Mason: Polyamorous relationshops: Right for some, not for others (November 2010)
Mason: Happy stories are becoming harder to tell (November 2010)
Mason: In digital world, children need protection too (October 2010)
Mason: Bully victims deserve more help to prevent suicide (October 2010)
Mason: Fathers play essential role in growing up (September 2010)
Mason: Trapped Chilean miners deserve recognition (August 2010)
Mason: Radio host should keep emotions in check (August 2010)
Mason: Don’t let the doldrums dampen UNL (August 2011)
Mason: Objectifying woman in any context is wrong (April 2010)
Star City Blog
I love food. As a freelance writer for Star City Blog, I had the opportunity offer my two cents on vegetarian cuisine at non-vegetarian restaurants.
Though social issues are my forte, traditional journalism is where it all started. In this story, I speak with Lincoln, Neb. businesses on the impact of Groupon.
Writing about poverty in Lincoln, Neb. is an opportunity I’m grateful for. Combining more traditional journalism with my passion for awareness was a moving experience.