Swimming in a Sea of Red

by Madison August  In a way, I always fantasized about my senior year of college. The meetings, auditions, agents and connections all come into fruition after years of training. Getting signed by that perfect agency and securing that gateway into the career […]

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Womanhood, Identity, and Transnational Feminism: A Discussion with Dr. Jeong-eun Rhee

By Paola Guzman Jeong-eun Rhee, Ph.D., is a professor, writer, daughter, mother, wife and a woman. At 23-years-old, Rhee migrated from Korea to the United States to pursue her master’s degree in Education Psychology from West Virginia University, later earning a Ph.D. […]

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A Quest for “Cannery Row”

By Thomas Fahy The shops lining the waterfront of Cannery Row cater to a much different clientele than the men who worked in the sardine canning factors of the 1930s and 40s. You’ll find an abundance of sunglasses, year-round Christmas socks, candy, […]

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Similar, But Different: Why I Chose Journalism instead of Film and Why Tyner Chose Film

By Myles Goldman In the 21st century, college students can feel like there’s a thin line between success and failure. Will you choose a major because you hope it will lead you to a successful career, or will you choose a major […]

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The Art and Science of Medicine

by Marci J. Swede, PhD, Chair Department of Health Sciences “The care of the sick unfolds in stories” – Rita Charon, MD, Ph. D. Columbia University School of Medicine A teenage girl and her mother walk into the urgent care clinic. The teen is […]

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