Gisselle Washington

I'm currently a junior and enjoy writing. I plan on pursuing a career in communications and journalism.

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Instagram culture is now becoming fuel for insecurities

Instagram culture is now becoming fuel for insecurities

| February 22, 2019

By Gisselle Washington | Staff Writer | On any given day, there are 80 million photos posted on Instagram which earn around 3.5 billion likes ( according to https://www.thefactsite.com/instagram-facts/). It’s one of the best social media for posting our everyday day lives in a few snapshots ⎼ from take-and-go selfies to beautiful stills and hilarious […]

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Students visit H-E-B headquarters for job shadow

Students visit H-E-B headquarters for job shadow

| February 15, 2019

By Gisselle Washington | Staff Writer | Twenty ETA students and their instructor Dr. Chang had the opportunity on Feb. 11 to visit the H-E-B Headquarters downtown to shadow their designers and architects and discover what they do. The day included sitting in on presentations from the partners of the company, viewing their prototype Grab […]

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The Super Bowl Halftime show flopped; here’s why:

The Super Bowl Halftime show flopped; here’s why:

| February 8, 2019

By Gisselle Washington | Staff Writer | The super bowl halftime show was uneventful and underwhelming, plain and simple. On their accelerating decline of stardom, rock-pop band Maroon 5 failed to excite or bring a long lasting impression. It didn’t have the wow factor a big performance at the Super bowl would usually entail and […]

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Roosevelt Theatre Company impresses with Hairspray

Roosevelt Theatre Company impresses with Hairspray

| January 29, 2019

By Gisselle Washington | Staff Writer | Roosevelt Theatre Company strikes again with the timeless musical Hairspray for the first production of 2019. Performances included compelling acting from the cast, intricate dances, and powerful vocals. The production ran on January 24, 25, 26 in the Roosevelt auditorium. “My favorite part of the play was probably […]

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