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Seanne Coates


Location icon United States of America

I am a junior and mass communications major at Towson University. I love to learn languages and I enjoy writing about my passions. I have had my work published during my time at Towson in the student produced online newspaper called the Baltimore Watchdog. I love to do research, edit video on Adobe Premiere and edit others written work. I enjoy working behind the scene when it comes to journalism.
My ultimate passion though is helping other. I have helped my peers as a mentor to incoming college freshman through SAGE, and as a summer camp counselor and mentor to young children. I also like to help others through my blog where they can learn about Korean language and culture.

Title IX revisions: A step forward or a step back?

By Seanne Coates Baltimore Watchdog Staff Writer Students at some Baltimore area universities are questioning whether U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is on the right track as she proposes changes to campus sexual assault rules that may lean too heavily in favor of those accused of rape and other forms of sexual misconduct.

Feminist writer Roxane Gay: Be yourself, accept your flaws

By Seanne Coates Baltimore Watchdog Staff Writer Popular feminist and New York Times writer Roxane Gay wowed a Towson University audience with tales of her struggles with weight after a traumatic gang rape, but stressed that meaningful change only comes when we trust the inner goodness of mankind.

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Making Korean Learning Easy
Making Korean Learning Easy

It can be hard to motivate yourself to learn a new language. Especially a language that is so different from English. However, there are ways to make language learning easier and more enjoyable. One of these ways is through engaging phone apps.

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