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Citta' Aperta Exposed: Building Culture with Pina Petricone

Get to know Panelist Pina Petricone
Architect and Professor

Pina Petricone shares her time as Principal of Giannone Petricone Associates and as a Professor of Architecture at the University of Toronto. 294 more words


Citta' Aperta Exposed: Mark Hayward Pops Culture

Get to know Panelist Mark Hayward – ┬áProfessor York University, Communication Studies

Mark Hayward teaches in the Department of Communication Studies at York University. His research interests include media history, the philosophy of technology and social theory. 101 more words



The ‘image’ captured my imagination. The photograph, the filmic frame, the theatrical moment or sequence of moments… The ‘image’ forever emblazoned on my mind’s eye as a result of the careful or careless creativity of an individual or individuals. 1,183 more words

Communications Studies

Changes in Children's Culture as Consumers

Can you see a change in how children view products nowadays compared to our generation? With the amount of exposure children have to the media, are they able to differentiate between the programme they watch and an advertisement? 219 more words

Digital Arts And Humanities

Summer Session Collaboration Between Alumni Relations Office and Communications Students

For college students, summertime is a much needed break from a stressful school year. Nevertheless, many Manhattanville undergraduates decide to opt out of sunny beaches and enroll in a variety of summer classes offered by the College in order to speed up their studies or simply to immerse in an intellectually engaging subject. 515 more words

Manhattanville College

Being a Co-op Student

I joined the University of Calgary’s Arts Co-operatve Education Program in my second year of Communications Studies, a tired and weary student wondering what “this” is all for. 141 more words

University Of Calgary

Newspaper Famous...

Here at Utah State I have had multiple opportunities to get involved. This was one of my favorites. I was invited to speak on a Panel of Women in STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math). 154 more words

College Life