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The peaceful revolution is dead

I hereby declare the ‘Occupy’ movement officially dead. The popular grassroots phenomenon that captured the imagination of the country for several weeks during the fall of 2011 is long gone, and with it probably our last hope for any sort of peaceful revolution. 759 more words

Media Criticism

RTV4403- Print is Not Dead...again

For my first Media Analysis post, the subject I’ve been assigned to write about happens to be very similar to the project I’m working on in my other RTV class. 294 more words


Introduction to RTV4403

I will be updating my blog with posts related to Media Criticism throughout the course of the Fall semester. Our class will be reading and writing from Paul Levinson’s… 39 more words


The scandals editors harp on -- and the ones they don't

“Report: Bridge scandal probe finds no tie to Christie, feds say” reads The Hill’s headline. The report says “unnamed federal officials briefed on the criminal investigation told NBC 4 New York they have, so far, uncovered no evidence Christie had knowledge of or directed the road closures.” 642 more words


I Was Told There Would Be No Math...

Said every journalism school graduate everywhere. I don’t want to hear another damned word about Fox News’ presumed stupidity:

Just keep thinking to yourself, “THIS IS CNN,” in your best James Earl Jones voice. 68 more words

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Pretty Little Lesbians: The Importance of Queering Alison DiLaurentis (and Mona Vanderwaal)

One of the most fascinating parts of Alison’s return to Rosewood so far in season five of Pretty Little Liars is her dynamic with Emily, because it’s super confusing. 2,293 more words