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I Don't Understand Finstas

For those who don’t know what a “Finsta” is, it’s a fake instagram account that someone makes for themselves, or a pair of people. It’s mostly used a place for someone to post all to real/embarrassing photos and too much information about themselves that most the time, we don’t need to know! 478 more words

New Blogger

Hi ho, hi ho, it's off to tell women's stories on TV I go

I have some exciting news, folks: I’m getting an MFA in TV writing.

My mission: To change the way women’s stories are depicted in popular culture. 341 more words

Media & Culture

Les articles de nos étudiants autour du festival Île Courts 2017

Voici les articles et vidéos produits par les étudiants de Journalisme et Communication qui ont été publiés par le magazine culturel Kozé dans le cadre de l’atelier Blog Me If You Can et du festival Île Courts 2017: 52 more words

Journalism / Press

These boots were made for

I have too many boots. I mean, I don’t think I have too many boots (I love boots). But you might think I have too many boots. 738 more words


How digital sketches and effects help/hurt Saturday Night Live

Saturday Night Live is one of the most iconic and longest running live variety sketch shows known to television. It’s 43+ year run has allowed it to run through a few generations, more specifically the digital revolution that comes about around the 2000s. 630 more words

Media Culture

Lady Gaga: Five Foot Two Review

Is Lady Gaga the new Lucky? “She’s so lucky, she’s a star/But she cry, cry, cries in her lonely heart, thinking/If there’s nothing missing in my life/Then why do these tears come at night?” 627 more words

Media Culture

1947 or 2017? Racism is still alive.

From the moment the presidential candidates for the 2016 presidential campaign began their crusade, the American people have experienced many changes. February 2016 became a moment of realization for people across the country as Donald Trump was elected to represent the Republican Party and Hillary Clinton the Democratic Party. 422 more words