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All posts tagged "media"
Media rewards bad behavior
At only 13 years old, a young teenager got her rise to fame by bringing laughter to other people on a television show. Since then, she’s been under the watchful eye of the media, and people are...
- Posted April 23, 2017
Mediate your media
Social media isn’t just a trend or some phase that will eventually dissolve. It’s become a societal norm and has infused itself with our personal lives, obviously, but also our professional lives. At some point, you have...
- Posted April 12, 2017
ONE BIG DAY
On this past Saturday, April 8, the sleepy student body of QU woke up and prepared for a day of good. The Big Event was held this past week and thousands of students joined together to make...
- Posted April 12, 2017
Stealing the show
In Damien Chazelle’s hit movie musical “La La Land,” heartthrob Ryan Gosling and charmer Emma Stone come together to artfully portray two struggling performers living in the fast-paced world of Los Angeles, California. Mia (Stone) is an...
- Posted January 25, 2017
Student facing disciplinary action for posting racist Snapchat photo
The university took disciplinary action against a student who posted a photo mocking the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement to social media, according to an email sent to the Quinnipiac community by Executive Vice President and Provost Mark...
- Posted September 21, 2016
Television still needs more diversity
Growing up, I pretty much only saw straight, white people on my television screen. ABC’s “Lost” (also known as the greatest television show of all time) was the only program that I watched that had diversity. Yet,...
- Posted April 20, 2016
Change in (mis)communication
Technology may encourage people to connect, but how deep are these relationships tailored through screens? Studies show more than 4.75 billion content items are shared on Facebook every day, as well as more than 4.5 billion likes,...
- Posted April 15, 2014
Students start media production company
With the hopes of creating original films under their own company name, senior film, video and interactive media majors Shane Collins and Johan Corilla launched their media production company New Sponge in February 2013. Shane Collins The...
- Posted April 2, 2014
The shifting landscape of television in the 21st century
“Okay how ’bout this: a single white girl in the city working at a magazine,” proposed an NBC executive during season 2 episode 9 of Fox’s hit television series, “Family Guy.” “Will you guys hear yourselves? This...
- Posted March 27, 2013
Post-Newtown: gun, media, debates must effect change
Maybe it is the 20 empty desks. The 20 pairs of shoes that will never have the privilege of little toes filling them. Families who can only think of their lost child as a beautiful portrait of...
- Posted February 6, 2013
Benefits of joining an organization
I have been a member of the Chronicle for three years now, and everyday I am reminded of its wonderful benefits. Joining the Chronicle has its perks, from the people I work with, to the informative conferences...
- Posted November 7, 2012