A Party Appraisal

Journalists should be all about doing the work that the citizenry needs done. Digging in and getting those facts that the average reader hasn’t sussed out on their own.

Carillon writer Paul Bogdan did just that when, in the past month, he went over to the University of Regina on-campus residences to find where the party was at. Being the intrepid young man he is, he got to the bottom of it.

A taste:

“Anybody know if there’s anything going on tonight?” I ask with as little awkwardness as I can muster.

A gentleman with shoulder-length dreadlocks shrugs his shoulders and says, “We’ll find where the party’s at.”

Good work, Paul. Good work.

Go read the rest for yourself over here. Side question: Where else should Bogdan go looking for where the party’s at?

Author: James Brotheridge

Contributing Editor with Prairie Dog.

3 thoughts on “A Party Appraisal”

  1. That’s some mighty fine investigative journalism. I can’t wait for the companion piece, “Testing Out Condoms From The Dollar Store”.

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