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Social Media Analysis: Spotify Campaign

We know and may have experienced music playing an influencing role in our lives. In fact, there is much motivation and excitement that goes through our minds and bodies when that one song comes on and everything else seems to melt away. 391 more words

Design

The Watson to my Holmes

Last week, Elementary wrapped its latest season with an episode that, for all effects, was pretty much a series finale. It nearly was, since the show had not yet been renewed when it was filmed. 1,235 more words

Media Analysis

Bono Talks with Pope Francis about Economics, Environmentalism, and the Church Scandal

It is not easy to obtain a meeting with the Pope, but U2’s front man was somehow able to pull it off.

Pope Francis is the current leader of the Catholic Church. 879 more words

Hollywood Politics

Media on Ayushman Bharat

On September 12th, 2018, international medical journal The Lancet published an article ‘The new politics of health in India.’ Richard Horton’s article using Rahul Gandhi’s remarks on “job crisis” as a jumping board talked about India’s “health crisis” and the findings of the new Lancet papers, he said: 2,225 more words

Media Analysis

The Eternal Chapter One

Unable to contain my excitement of The Good Place‘s upcoming season 3, I found myself rewatching its first two seasons last week. Ever since my first go at it, I was struck by how different and… 1,098 more words

Media Analysis

Demanding More Misery: Inequality in India

By: Sarthak Tomar

In the 11th August issue of Indian Express Surjit S Bhalla of The Observatory Group, a New York-based macro policy advisory group, argues that there is “a search” for increasing inequality in India and in the world but that it is not a real issue and uses words like “trivial,” and “insignificant” to describe the current status. 1,586 more words

Media Analysis

Fairness must return

The Fairness Doctrine used to be the law in this country. The Fairness Doctrine was a regulation of newscasters that they must, when talking about issues of the public interest, give both political sides equal time. 267 more words

Politics/ Current Events