Kayla Michaud

Kayla Michaud
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I’m doing this because I honestly think that by working for The Good Five Cent Cigar you receive a stronger more well rounded journalism education at URI. I’m here to put all my effort into learning more about the journalism field and acquiring the skills needed to be a journalist. While being an editor is a challenge, it’s a challenge I accept because while I’m constantly learning new ways to help reporters it’s also a position that helps myself identify what I can personally improve on. The position also helps me gain team building skills from working on a production team.
While opening night had only a small crowd of approximately 10 people, The Psych Drama Company invited their audience members to become immersed into the lives of a bored couple and a deranged man.  The curtain went up on their production of “At Home...
Taylor Swift goes from ‘nice girl’ to the ‘strong girl’ she’s always been in this new documentary  Since the beginning of her career Taylor Swift has been told how she must act like “a nice girl.” In the recent release of the Netflix documentary...

2/6/2020 Newscast

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Check out our first newscast of the decade! - - - OLLI: Written, shot, and edited by Kayla Michaud Novel Coronavirus: Written, shot, and edited by Leah Crowley Campus Chatter: Shot and edited by Nicole...
Graphic by Elizabeth Wong. This past fall, a Women in Law club was introduced to the University of Rhode Island. After realizing she wanted more support for women interested in pre-law at the University, student Austyn Ramsay decided to create an organization to...
(left to right) OLLI members Jet Vertz and Perry Howard during an Institute meeting. Photo by Kayla Michaud. With over 1,400 members, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) is proof that you’re never too old to go to school.  OLLI...

12/6/19 Newscast

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Watch our last newscast of 2019! Blue Lights: Written, shot, and edited by Leah Crowley Fitness Classes: Written, edited, and shot by Nicole Wagner Senior Percussion Recital: Written by Evan McAlice and Ian Weiner Shot...
Junior film student Alyssa Botelho recently created a film about drug addiction. Photo courtesy of Alyssa Botelho. Oftentimes, inspiration for screenwriting is found in the stories that people hear, and for one student filmmaker this happens to be the case. 
Directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee released the new film“Frozen II” last week. Photo from TheWeek.In.Com by Kayla Michaud and Kayla Laguerre-Lewis “Frozen II” lets viewers know early on “Some Things Never Change” as we see the same characters we know...

11/21/19 Newscast

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Check out our first newscast in the new studio! - - - Anchored by Nolan Reilly and Evan McAlice. Key Log Rolling: Written and edited by Leah Crowley. Shot by Leah Crowley and Olivia Ouellette 193...
Photo from Netflix.com. Back with deeper characters, harder challenges and a more authentic portrayal of those on the autism spectrum, season three of “Atypical” could be the show’s best season yet. The season picks up following the show’s main character...