The Anxious and Curious Journalist

☆Katherine Morehouse☆

Women pushing for representation in Legislature

This is my latest article on a local campaign called "Women for 50%" about women who are pushing for a more diverse New Brunswick Legislature.   Click here to read my article!


Quick blog about Zenni’s

Back in 2015 I had my first ever eye exam. At the age of 20. It was long overdue, and so I sat in the Wal-Mart optometry section, anxiously waiting to see the eye doctor. I hated waiting for things... Continue Reading →

Going the Distance

Here's an article I recently did on international relationships. Obviously this article hits close to home because my husband and I are from different countries and there's always that little worry in me if he ever has to go home... Continue Reading →

Shooting for stress: finding relaxation in photography

NOTE: This is an article I wrote for one of my journalism classes. It's not posted anywhere else so I decided to post it on here. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Samruay Sinclaire stood still underneath a large tree, her Nikon in hand. She... Continue Reading →

A look into found footage horror films

I'm very interested in found footage films, especially of the horror variety. Ever since Paranormal Activity, I found that more and more similar horror films were being created. Last week I decided to write an article on the subject, giving... Continue Reading →

Food Review: White Lotus Café & Restaurant

This is my first ever food review. It was a little more difficult than I expected to be honest! But I was impressed with the photos I took with my camera of the food. I currently have an Olympus Pen... Continue Reading →

Confederation quilt marks a stitch in time for Heritage Week

I decided to dedicate an article entirely on the featured artifact for New Brunswick's Heritage Week, which is a crazy quilt created by a women nicknamed "Frannie" who began working on it in 1864 during the Canadian Confederation Conference. I... Continue Reading →

Heritage Week celebrates Canada’s 150th birthday

This is a recent article I wrote for the Brunswickan on Heritage Week in New Brunswick. I actually did not know that New Brunswick is the only province in Canada that dedicates an entire week to Canada's heritage. I also... Continue Reading →

Work with Film

Here's a list of the majority of the videos I produced or helped work on in the past four years at STU. A link will be provided for each one. You will notice that the majority of the short videos... Continue Reading →

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