Arielle Weller

News Editor/Content Writer for Off The Easel Magazine

Location icon United States of America

Originally from the San Francisco, I moved to San Diego to further my career in journalism as I aspire to someday host entertainment news.

I currently work for Off The Easel Magazine and Exclusive Collections as a content writer/Marketing Assistant.

Banksy in the Middle East

Arielle Weller, Editor-in-ChiefApril 21, 2015 Filed under Opinion Some call it propaganda, others call it art. Whatever it may be considered, well-known graffiti artist Banksy is at it again and making an impact with his newest short film on YouTube titled "Make This the Year YOU Discover a New Destination."

Cinco de Drinko

Arielle Weller, Editor-in-ChiefMay 6, 2015 Filed under Opinion Sombreros, fake mustaches, $5 20oz. margarita specials and Taco Tuesday, apparently to people everywhere (especially here in San Diego) this is how we celebrate Mexico's Independence Day. But if you were to ask anyone in your favorite local PB bar, would they be able to explain what Cinco de Mayo actually is, probably not.

Brian Williams a fabricating fraud

Arielle Weller, Editor-in-ChiefFebruary 12, 2015 Filed under Opinion NBC's revered Brian Williams a fabricating fraud? By Arielle Weller NBC "Nightly News" anchor Brian Williams has taken a step down from the spotlight and has settled in on some self-reflection.

No media for Muslims?

Arielle Weller, Editor-in-ChiefFebruary 12, 2015 Filed under Opinion On Feb. 11, at 2 a.m. three Muslim students in Chapel Hill, N.C., were discovered shot in the head execution style over an alleged parking dispute.

UC Tuitions expected to rise

Arielle Weller, News EditorDecember 11, 2014 Filed under News UC Davis, Santa Cruz and Berkley have all been having student walkouts where students skip class and march through the streets in protest of UC tuition increasing.


December 4, 2014 Filed under News Today, we are disgusted. And I don't mean myself in particular, but America as a whole. On Wednesday December 3 rd, through Facebook timelines, Instagram feeds, Twitter posts, and social media everywhere America has spoken. Officer Daniel Pantaleo, 29 was not indicted for his murder of Eric Garner.

Internet memes going too far...

Arielle Weller, News EditorDecember 2, 2014 Filed under News Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, 9Gag, and Buzzfeed, what do all these social media networks have in common; Memes. In case you're unfamiliar, a meme is a picture that circulates throughout the internet usually with an obnoxiously funny quote or realization attached to it, or something really deep and dark.

Black Thursday?

December 2, 2014 Filed under News As we approached the coming holiday season, large retailers nation wide announced their plans for the annual Thanksgiving "Black Friday" shopping extravaganza. According to the Huffington Post J.C Penney, Macy's, Toys R' Us, and Kohl's all opened by Thanksgiving evening and Kmart was even open 6 a.m.

Life is Beautiful Music Festival is a hit!

Arielle Weller, News Editor '14November 5, 2014 Filed under News Music festivals have become a cultural phenomenon for young people not only across the country but across the world. Over the last few years the usually three day events have been increasingly popping up showcasing hundreds of up and coming and also wildly popular artists and bands.

Steps To Steelo takes fashion to the streets in a mobile boutique

Arielle Weller, News EditorOctober 23, 2014 Filed under Features In the competitive world of fashion, it can be hard to get one's foot in the door when it comes to opening a boutique. It takes vision, persistence, patience, and a serious sense of style to be able to understand the logistics of shoppers and the business of the game.

Mesa University? Gov. approves bill to allow bachelor's degrees at Community Colleges

The Mesa Press > > Mesa University? Gov. approves bill to allow bachelor's degrees at Community Colleges Arielle Weller, News EditorOctober 6, 2014 Filed under News, Top Stories Gov. Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 850 (SB 850) into law on Sept. 29, which will allow 15 community colleges across California to award four-year degrees.

NFL faces serious consequences over Ray Rice

Arielle Weller, News EditorSeptember 19, 2014 Filed under Opinion The viral assault video of now-former NFL Baltimore Ravens football player Ray Rice has stirred up quite the controversy. The celebrity gossip website TMZ posted an initial video of the attack that happened in February, which showed Rice dragging his then-fiancé, now wife, Janay Palmer out of an elevator in Atlantic City, New Jersey, early morning.