dis|patch (dis pach')
[verb:] to send off to some place or for some purpose*
noun: a news story that a reporter sends to a newspaper usually from a foreign country^
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Many newspapers are labeled with the word dispatch. This, along with definition of the word, inspired the name of this blog.
The Teenage Dispatch is a teenager's blog that has been running for around three-and-a-half years. I, the teenager, am Adrian Conoza—a college student aspiring to become a writer and a media person. Here, I write just about anything I want to dispatch about—from essays to narratives to poems, covering topics like music, books, media, and mostly academic and adolescent life.
What's important for me here is to express myself and make my voice heard through words and ideas I send off to the World Wide Web. And I hope they bring you some amusement, or much better, information and help.
Reader, feel free to comment on my posts, as well as state any grammatical errors or personal opinions. Keep updated with Dispatch via Twitter (@adrianconoza) and Google+ (+Adrian).
Thank you so much for reading and stopping by. I hope you'll enjoy the blog further. God bless you.
* Barnhart, R., & Barnhart, C. (Eds.). (1992). The World Book Dictionary (Vol. 1). Chicago, Illinois: World Book.
^ Dispatch | Definition of dispatch by Merriam-Webster. (n.d.). Retrieved June 2, 2015, from http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/dispatch