As a student of English and Gerontology, I find myself constantly explaining and justifying my course of study to others. These subjects aren’t normally associated with each other and rarely overlap. I’m interested in how aging and older adults are portrayed in film and television. To put it simply, I tell people that I am … Continue reading Undergrad Student Spotlight: Desiree Schippers
“Words are weapons, sharper than knives.” – INXS Recently, there has been much in the news about Russian interference during the last presidential election. Of particular interest to both the intelligence community and Congress is the way in which Russia purchased advertising and conducted hundreds of millions of interactions with Americans on social media platforms. … Continue reading Weapon of Choice
Originally posted February 22, 2016. Photo, left to right: Lisa Sisley (BA ‘92), Business, Public Relations, and Marketing; Melia Fritch (MA '04), Library and Information Services; Ashley Brown Morris (BA '09, MA '12), Museum Services; and Cheryl Rauh (MA '11), Technical and Professional Writing, College Teaching, and Student Services. They shared the professional possibilities of … Continue reading Timeless. Recession-Proof. Satisfying.