Media


Lose the 24-Hour News

By Peter Laufer

Inspired by the Slow Food Movement, Peter Laufer advocates for a critical look at the 24-hour news cycle that provides “fast-food-like empty-calories news.”


Aspen, Pop-Up, and the Multimedia Magazine

By Gwen Allen, from Art Papers

When reading a magazine becomes a communal event.


The Fall and Rise of Investigative Journalism

by Anya Schiffrin

If you’re a reader with access to the internet, you’re living in a new golden age of investigative journalism.


Ferguson Spurs Hashtag Activism

By Katie Moore

Social media reacts to the killing of Mike Brown.


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The Blackfish Backlash

By Katie Moore

The documentary is negatively impacting ticket sales at SeaWorld.


Photography’s Ethical Qualms

By Katie Moore

There's a fine line between what is gratuitous and what is reality.


A New Section at the Bookstore

By Katie Moore

‘Cli-fi’ is an emerging genre that merges literature's latitude with today's climate change problems.


A Ratings Scale for Documentaries

By Katie Moore

The Participant Index wants to discover which films inspire people to action.



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