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Tutor profile: Victoria T.

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Victoria T.
Senior at Mount St. Mary's University: Communication major and double minor
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Subject: Writing

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What is the difference between flash fiction and creative nonfiction?

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Answer:

Flash fiction is commonly known as "short fiction" and oftentimes can be done in 500 words or less. Creative nonfiction is a story about your own personal experiences, but it also does not have a cap for the number of words you can write.

Subject: Graphic Design

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What are two important components when creating a graphic design?

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One important component is the colors of the graphic. The colors should draw a person in and entice them to look at what you are advertising. A common color to use in graphic design is yellow because it brings out feelings of happiness. Another important component is layering. Layering adds depth to what you are creating and can make the graphic look more alive.

Subject: Communication

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Describe the "inverted triangle" as it pertains to journalism.

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Answer:

The inverted pyramid is a practice commonly used by journalists in order to get the most important information into the article at the beginning. At the top of the pyramid (or beginning of the article) should be the who, what, where, when, why, and how. The next step down on this pyramid would be any important details pertaining to those given at the beginning of the article. Lastly, the story should end with other more general information that can be useful to the article.

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