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Snc Fights Covid-19 Pandemic May 2020

Snc Fights Covid-19 Pandemic

St. Norbert Times

  • News
    • SNC Fights COVID-19 Pandemic
    • Dining Services Donate Meals
    • A Night of Hope
    • Athletes React to Abrupt Season End
    • SNC’s New Hire: Title IX Coordinator
  • Opinion
    • Through the Eyes of a Knight
    • The Podomoro Technique
    • The Unanswerable Question
    • Do We Need All of This?
    • Successful Business during a Pandemic
  • Features
    • Absence and Essence
    • Adventures from Home
    • SNC Students Adopt Animals
  • Entertainment
    • Student Spotlight
    • Word Search
    • Did You Know???
    • How Disney Hurts the Film Industry
    • Best Non-Disney Animated Movies
    • Five Book Recommendations for Quarantine
    • The Future of the Film Industry
    • New on Netflix
    • Junk Drawer: Catch-up During Quarantine
    • “Parks and ...


Extra! Extra! Read All About It: Cultural Heritage Conservation In The Media, Bailey Elaine Pekar May 2020

Extra! Extra! Read All About It: Cultural Heritage Conservation In The Media, Bailey Elaine Pekar

2020 JHU Richard Macksey National Undergraduate Humanities Research Symposium

The news cycle as a whole has previously been studied to some extent, answering questions about how Americans choose to get their news and the news cycle of a hoax (Agiesta 2014; Lapoe 2013). However, a study of the news cycle specifically focused on cultural heritage conservation has not been undertaken before. While art and culture has been included as an aspect of the news cycle in other studies, the specific focus on cultural heritage conservation here is what makes this study unique.

In order to understand how the news cycle includes cultural heritage conservation, this research took two phases ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 65, No. 56, Wku Student Affairs Apr 2020

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 65, No. 56, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. This issue contains articles:

  • Houchens, Gary. Students Still Run Herald, Talisman
  • Howard, Laura. Busy Legislature, Faculty Raises Slow Budget
  • Carlton, Jill. Commencement a Family Affair for Three Graduates – Oakes Family
  • Hoover, Amy. Egg Drop Part of Weekend’s Science Games
  • Bart White to Head Faculty Senate Again
  • Tree will be Dedicated to Deceased Student – Perry Newby
  • Dance Professor Beverly Veenker Gains Recognition
  • Vice President Application Deadline Set
  • 1990 Marsupial Awards
  • Rountree, Ron. Addressing Religion – New Age
  • Black, Sam. $400,000 Still Needed for Preston Health & Activities Center
  • Dorris, Donna ...


Women Of Nashville: A Magazine, Bronte Lebo Apr 2020

Women Of Nashville: A Magazine, Bronte Lebo

Honors Theses

Short essay about the origin of Women Of Nashville: A Magazine


Using Engaged Rhetorical Methods To Understand And Inform Collaborative Decision Making About Dams And Restoration In The Penobscot River Watershed, Tyler Quiring Apr 2020

Using Engaged Rhetorical Methods To Understand And Inform Collaborative Decision Making About Dams And Restoration In The Penobscot River Watershed, Tyler Quiring

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

How do we understand what to do with rivers and dams? How might rhetoric, the ancient study of persuasion, inform and shape this understanding as it relates to river restoration practices? Ecological approaches to rhetoric provide ways for engaging in decision making about dams and river restoration. In this dissertation I present three projects that bring media discourse analysis, reciprocal case study, and cross-cultural digital rhetoric to sites of collaborative decision making about dams and rivers in the Penobscot River watershed (Maine, USA). In this place, the prominent Penobscot River Restoration reconfigured several hydroelectric dams to improve fish passage and ...


Ua52/1 Out Of The Box, Wku Archives Apr 2020

Ua52/1 Out Of The Box, Wku Archives

WKU Archives Records

Newsletter created by and about WKU Archives and the records management program.


“A Matter Of Personal Pride”: How African American Football All-Stars Exposed Bigotry In New Orleans, Including Didactic Considerations And Lesson Plans, Andreas Hofbauer Apr 2020

“A Matter Of Personal Pride”: How African American Football All-Stars Exposed Bigotry In New Orleans, Including Didactic Considerations And Lesson Plans, Andreas Hofbauer

Center Austria Research

Throughout African American history, sport has played a major role in promoting integration and full participation in American society beyond the playing fields or courts. In the 1960s, after the first wave of African American athletes entering the white-dominated collegiate and professional sports leagues, active forms of protest against racial inequality in the US became gradually more relevant. Though in relatively small numbers, some African American athletes across various sports have used their privileged situation to voice the need for a revision of the system which has failed to represent and serve their people throughout American history.

This paper focuses ...


The National Intelligencer Validating Cowardice: How A Washington D.C. Newspaper Redefined Defeat Into Republican Victory, Wesley C. Cline Apr 2020

The National Intelligencer Validating Cowardice: How A Washington D.C. Newspaper Redefined Defeat Into Republican Victory, Wesley C. Cline

Student Publications

The fall and burning of Washington D.C. without substantial resistance by the American army and militia was initially an obvious disgrace, however the widely read Washington based newspaper, The National Intelligencer, sought to rewrite this story of defeat into a narrative highlighting republican virtue. Utilizing preexisting stereotypes perpetuated in their paper of British soldiers acting immoral, the staff of The National Intelligencer articulated that the men defending Washington had to return to their individual homes on account of the impending barbarism and savagery of the British invaders, therefore vindicating the militiamen of their lack of resistance and praising their ...


“Peace For Our Time”: Past And Present Receptions Of Neville Chamberlain’S Speech And The Munich Agreement, Erica L. Uszak Apr 2020

“Peace For Our Time”: Past And Present Receptions Of Neville Chamberlain’S Speech And The Munich Agreement, Erica L. Uszak

Student Publications

This paper covers British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain's role in the Munich Agreement, as well as his September 30th speech in London, and explains how Chamberlain's attempt to negotiate "peace" with Hitler was received by the public. This paper examines three major newspapers: The London Times, The Manchester Guardian, and The New York Times, to see whether the press interpreted Chamberlain's negotiation with Hitler as a success or a failure. The paper also builds off of the newspapers' coverage to explain how Chamberlain and his policy of appeasement have been perceived through present-day.


“Reds Driven Off”: The Us Media’S Propaganda During The Gulf Of Tonkin Incident, Steven M. Landry Apr 2020

“Reds Driven Off”: The Us Media’S Propaganda During The Gulf Of Tonkin Incident, Steven M. Landry

Student Publications

In 2008, the Annenburg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania conducted a poll to determine just how informed voters were following that year’s presidential election. One of the most shocking things they found was that 46.4% of those polled still believed that Saddam Hussein played a role in the terrorist attacks on the US on September 11th, 2001. No evidence had ever emerged linking him to it after 5 years of war in Iraq, but that did not matter, as “voters, once deceived, tend to stay that way despite all evidence.” Botched initial reporting can permanently ...


Gabriella Dipietro's Portfolio, Gabriella Dipietro Mar 2020

Gabriella Dipietro's Portfolio, Gabriella Dipietro

Honors College Portfolios

This portfolio is a compilation of my written and published work during my time as a Duquesne student, whether completed in class or for an internship. My portfolio, filled with articles focusing on a wide range of genres and topics, offers a glimpse into the life of a journalist, as well as the media field in general.

While it is essential for a journalism student to study the laws, ethics, theories and concepts behind journalism, its importance and its history, we must also go out into the world and report. How can one become a successful journalist without actually reporting ...


Bruess Reenvisions Msa Mar 2020

Bruess Reenvisions Msa

St. Norbert Times

  • News
    • Bruess Reenvisions MSA
    • Leadershop: Love Your Community
    • Now Open: Zumba Session
    • Getting to Know RHA
    • Cru Hosts EII Business Forum
    • BSU Brings Cultural Awareness
  • Opinion
    • Immigration: Returning to Common Ground
    • The Fake News Epidemic
    • A Favorite Quote
    • The Benefits of Bad Friends
    • Coronavirus Around the World
  • Features
    • Bringing us the Best of Broadway
    • Cancer Cells and Career Choices
  • Entertainment
    • Student Spotlight
    • Word Search
    • Did You Know???
    • Review: “I Am Not Okay With This”
    • Book Review: “Genderqueer”
    • A Place to Shine: Most Casting Directors Are Women
    • Junk Drawer: Favorite Video Game
    • Series Recommendation: “The Folk of the Air”
  • Sports
    • Diving ...


America's Last Great Newspaper War [Table Of Contents], Mike Jaccarino Mar 2020

America's Last Great Newspaper War [Table Of Contents], Mike Jaccarino

Media Studies

A from-the-trenches view of New York Daily News and New York Post runners and photographers who would stop at nothing to break the story and squash their tabloid arch rivals.

When author Mike Jaccarino was offered a job at the Daily News in 2006, he was asked a single question: “Kid, what are you going to do to help us beat the Post?” That was the year things went sideways at the News, when The New York Post surpassed its nemesis in circulation for the first time in the history of both papers. Tasked with one job—crush the Post ...


Free Battered Texas Women: Survivor-Advocates Organizing At The Crossroads Of Gendered Violence, Disability, And Incarceration, Cathy Marston Phd Feb 2020

Free Battered Texas Women: Survivor-Advocates Organizing At The Crossroads Of Gendered Violence, Disability, And Incarceration, Cathy Marston Phd

Verbum Incarnatum: An Academic Journal of Social Justice

This article recaps my symposium presentation, where I argue that feminist organizing strategies are central to healing our society and creating restorative justice from my perspective as a survivor of occupational injury, battering, and criminalization for self-defense. This includes the creation of Free Battered Texas Women. We prefer to think of ourselves as survivor-advocates who use a variety of tactics to empower ourselves, incarcerated battered women, and citizens. These strategies include pedagogy; poetry and other written forms; art; and legislative advocacy. I blend this grassroots activism with feminist disability theory, radical feminist theory, feminist ethnography, and feminist criminology.


Massey Speaks On Change In Msa Feb 2020

Massey Speaks On Change In Msa

St. Norbert Times

  • News
    • Massey Speaks on Change in MSA
    • Evergreen’s “Arsenic & Old Lace”
    • Lady Caress Visits SNC
    • Human Library Tells Stories of Truth
    • Winter BandFest 2020 Stops Audience Cold
    • SNC Times Staff Attend ACP Convention
  • Opinion
    • Economics and… Baking?
    • Corruption in North Africa
    • A Self Check-In
    • Is Conversation Dead?
    • Existential Crisis 101
    • I am a Product
  • Features
    • Artistic Reminders to Respect Earth
    • A Student Self-Starter
  • Entertainment
    • Student Spotlight
    • Word Search
    • Did You Know???
    • Sequels, Reboots and Spin-offs, Oh My!
    • British Comedies for the Win
    • Book Review: “The Silence of the Girls” by Pat Barker
    • Upcoming Events
    • Movies in Theaters
    • Upcoming Movies ...


Father Ciferni Takes The Chair Feb 2020

Father Ciferni Takes The Chair

St. Norbert Times

  • News
    • Father Ciferni Takes the Chair
    • Knight Theater’s Tuck Everlasting
    • Making a Difference
    • College’s Against Cancer’s Hope Dinner
  • Opinion
    • America’s Call Out Culture
    • Knowing Useful Stuff
    • Positivity in Social Media
    • Guatemalan Crime and Corruption
    • A Weird Winter Break Experience
  • Features
    • What to Do Amidst All the Snow
    • Get Your Hands on ‘Handshake!’
    • Sensenbrenner Goes Co-Ed
  • Entertainment
    • Student Spotlight
    • Word Search
    • Did you Know???
    • Music Recommendation: Sammy Rae & The Friends
    • Greatest Movies of the 2010s
    • Favorite Christmas Movies and Music
    • Upcoming Events
    • Movies in Theaters
    • Upcoming Movies
    • Junk Drawer
    • “The Lady and the Tramp” Review
  • Sports
    • Men ...


Ontological Boundaries Between Humans And Computers And The Implications For Human-Machine Communication, Andrea L. Guzman Feb 2020

Ontological Boundaries Between Humans And Computers And The Implications For Human-Machine Communication, Andrea L. Guzman

Human-Machine Communication

In human-machine communication, people interact with a communication partner that is of a different ontological nature from themselves. This study examines how people conceptualize ontological differences between humans and computers and the implications of these differences for human-machine communication. Findings based on data from qualitative interviews with 73 U.S. adults regarding disembodied artificial intelligence (AI) technologies (voice-based AI assistants, automated-writing software) show that people differentiate between humans and computers based on origin of being, degree of autonomy, status as tool/tool-user, level of intelligence, emotional capabilities, and inherent flaws. In addition, these ontological boundaries are becoming increasingly blurred as ...


Exploring The Challenges Of Social Integration Within An Upper-Level Public Relations Classroom, Tabitha Hayley Dyer Jan 2020

Exploring The Challenges Of Social Integration Within An Upper-Level Public Relations Classroom, Tabitha Hayley Dyer

Graduate Theses, Dissertations, and Problem Reports

Despite three decades of literature that has explored the gender imbalance of public relations at a professional level, there is a dearth of information addressing if or how these experiences are informed at a collegiate level. Accordingly, this study examines if the gender imbalance impacts students in the upper-level public relations classroom, and the similarities and differences exist between other single-gender dominant programs including nursing and Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) using three dimensions (i.e., role strain, teamwork, and overall social environment) as a comparison. Using qualitative in-depth interview data collected from 13 junior- and senior-standing public relations ...


Habermas, The Public Sphere, And Wikileaks: The Public Sphere And The Right To Know, Mary Murray Jan 2020

Habermas, The Public Sphere, And Wikileaks: The Public Sphere And The Right To Know, Mary Murray

Capstone Showcase

Jürgen Habermas, a German theorist, coined the public sphere as a place where citizens could interact, study, and debate issues together outside the realm of the home or family, which was defined as the private sphere. The public sphere can also be seen as a “manifestation of citizen sovereignty”. At its core, Habermas centered the public sphere around feudalism and the shift of one all-powerful individual reigning and representing the public to those citizens under the control of the state. Some critics argue voices encouraging the minorities were actually private voices leaking into the public sphere, while others argue the ...


Monkey Mind: Everyday Observations Of Mental Illness, Mikhayla Dunaj Nov 2019

Monkey Mind: Everyday Observations Of Mental Illness, Mikhayla Dunaj

Honors Theses

When I first was able to identify that I dealt with anxiety, I was 18 years old. At the time, I didn’t know how to explain it, and assumed it was only because I was in an unhealthy relationship, after already having been in an abusive one. At the end of my third year at Western Michigan University, I suffered a mental breakdown and started counseling.

The process of counseling was difficult, because as I opened up more, I realized that I had spent a majority of my life stuffing down things that were actually anxiety symptoms, assuming that ...


A Call For Transparency Nov 2019

A Call For Transparency

St. Norbert Times

  • News
    • A Call for Transparency
    • Alan Nadel on “The Piano Lesson”
    • Does God Exist?
  • Opinion
    • America First
    • Speak Up
    • Intercultural Views on the Family
    • Afghanistan: Fight for Peace
    • Are You an Active Citizen?
    • What’s the Most Wonderful Time of The Year?
  • Features
    • College Traditions Revealed
    • Finals 101 for First Years
    • Native American Heritage Month
  • Entertainment
    • Student Spotlight
    • Word Search
    • Did You Know???
    • A Review (and Eulogy) of “Lodge 49”
    • Book Review: “Ninth House” by Leigh Bardugo
    • Lionsgate Adapting Tamora Pierce’s “Tortall” Series
    • Junk Drawer: Worst Thanksgiving Food
    • “The Curse of Oak Island”: Top 5 Finds
  • Sports
    • Alysa Liu ...


Conversation Over Controversy Nov 2019

Conversation Over Controversy

St. Norbert Times

  • News
    • Conversation Over Controversy
    • The 30th Tail of the Fox Regatta
    • Run for Lungs
    • Week of Homecoming Recap
    • Tom Kunkel on the Man on Fire
  • Opinion
    • Celebrities Are Just Like Us, Right?
    • It’s Okay Not to be Okay
    • Finding Beauty in New Ways
    • The Everlasting Struggle of the Kurdish People
    • Finding Myself
    • War, Revolution and Love
  • Features
    • Growing to Our Highest Potential
    • Why Luna=Local
    • Finding Religion Through Art
  • Entertainment
    • Student Spotlight
    • Word Search
    • Did You Know??
    • Book Review: “Recursion” by Black Crouch
    • What to Watch This Fall
    • “Destiny 2: Shadowkeep” Review
    • “Civil War”: The Best… in Audio ...


Home Of The Menominee Nation Oct 2019

Home Of The Menominee Nation

St. Norbert Times

  • News
    • Home of the Menominee Nation
    • Remembering Roots: Heritage Week 2019
    • Ever Ancient, Ever New
    • IT Brings Wi-Fi to College Houses
    • Chalk the Talk
  • Opinion
    • Small Things That I Hate
    • Is Water Wet?
    • Democratic Politicians Are Ignoring Their Voters on Abortion
    • Since When Is Reading Believing
    • A Commercial We Cannot Ignore
    • Saudi Oil Exports Crippled in Bombings
  • Features
    • Potential for Public Leadership
    • Midterm Scaries: The Best Ways to Study
    • Fun Fall Activities Around De Pere
  • Entertainment
    • Student Spotlight
    • Word Search
    • Did You Know???
    • My Current Top Four Songs
    • Spider-Man Returns: Disney and Sony Reach New Deal
    • Gender Inequality in Film ...


Sushi 'Roll'ing Back To Phil's! Sep 2019

Sushi 'Roll'ing Back To Phil's!

St. Norbert Times

  • News
    • Sushi ‘Roll’ing Back to Phil’s
    • SNC Day 2019
    • Camping in the Quad
    • A New Sheriff in Town
    • Meet the Bias Incident Response Group
  • Opinion
    • Netflix and War Crimes
    • VSCO Girls
    • Analyzing the Democratic Presidential Field
    • WANTED: SNC Times Staff
    • Meme Corner
  • Features
    • A Look Inside the Art Department
    • Alumni Spotlight: Joseph Simurdiak
    • A Step Above Communio
  • Entertainment
    • Student Spotlight
    • Word Search
    • Did You Know?
    • Cryptids: The Wendigo
    • Disney+: What to Know About the Streaming Service
    • The Rise of Piracy
    • New “Game of Thrones” Prequel
    • Junk Drawer: Favorite Childhood Book
    • Book Review: “Red, White & Royal Blue
  • Sports
    • Men ...


Journalism Practice In A Country Facing Division Threats : Newspaper Framing Of Secession Agitations In Nigeria, Somtochukwu Victor Okeke, Ogechi Eucharia Okwumba, Greg H. Ezeah, Gever Verlumun Celestine Sep 2019

Journalism Practice In A Country Facing Division Threats : Newspaper Framing Of Secession Agitations In Nigeria, Somtochukwu Victor Okeke, Ogechi Eucharia Okwumba, Greg H. Ezeah, Gever Verlumun Celestine

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Violent agitations for the secession of South-East from Nigeria is one of the conflict situations that has continued to persist, even after the civil war. The conflict is shredded in political and ethic alignments, thus threatening to drive the country into a second civil war. This study examined media framing of secession agitations pioneered by Indigenous People of Biafra. In doing so, a total of four newspapers- The Vanguard, The Punch, The Guardian and This Day- were content analysed while the study duration was June 1st 2015 to June 1st 2018. Both descriptive and inferential statistics were used ...


A Duty To Report: Alternative Journalism As Political Obligation To Resist And Remedy Injustice, Monica Lockett Sep 2019

A Duty To Report: Alternative Journalism As Political Obligation To Resist And Remedy Injustice, Monica Lockett

Dialogues: Undergraduate Research in Philosophy, History, and Politics

Traditional media tenets of objectivity and impartiality have led to amoral and passive journalistic practices, which reinforce problematic status quos and allow inequality to flourish. Journalists ought to utilize their positions of power in democratic societies to address and rectify injustice through responsible reporting practices. This argument is supported with a theory on political obligation and duty by philosopher Candice Delmas, who argues that obeying the law in just states validates a duty to disobey the law in unjust states which infringe on citizen rights. Journalists have the ability to adequately fulfill this duty; however, this is not always acted ...


Shooting For A Cause Sep 2019

Shooting For A Cause

St. Norbert Times

  • News
    • Shooting For A Cause
    • Celebrating Our Donors
    • Happy Birthday, Mulva!
    • 2023 by the Numbers
    • Save the Bees!
    • SNC Day Itinerary
  • Opinion
    • Dance On
    • Thoughts on Democracy
    • The Problem With Political Discourse on Cable News
    • The Final Boss
    • Meme Corner
  • Features
    • Greek and Social Life: Get Involved!
    • Learn About Your Academic Resources
  • Entertainment
    • Faculty Spotlight
    • Did you Know?
    • “The Boys” Are Back In Town
    • Hit and Misses of Summer 2019
    • Disney-Sony Dispute Spells Trouble for Spiderman
    • Junk Drawer: Favorite Movie Adaptation
    • Book Review: “The Dangerous Art of Blending In”
  • Sports
    • Women’s Soccer Nets First Win
    • Green Knights Cruise Past ...


Volume 116 Issue 1, Southwestern Oklahoma State University Aug 2019

Volume 116 Issue 1, Southwestern Oklahoma State University

The Southwestern

No abstract provided.


Free Laundry To Snc Aug 2019

Free Laundry To Snc

St. Norbert Times

  • News:
    • Free Laundry to SNC
    • MMM Showcases Student Artist
    • SURFing Through Summer
    • SNC STEMS out
    • Goodbye Cable, Hello SpectrumU
    • Welcome Back
  • Opinion
    • Preserving the Paper
    • Getting Back to School
  • Features
    • Make Summer Last: Farmers Market
    • How to Start the School Year Off Right
  • Entertainment
    • Word Search
    • Student Spotlight
    • Did You Know???
    • Top 5 Summer Reads
    • New “Hunger Games” Novel Set To Release in 2020
    • The Curse of La Llorona: A Mexican Folktale
    • This Summer’s Entertainment
    • Junk Drawer: Summer Catch-Up
    • The Importance of Hasan Minhaj’s “Patriot Act”
  • Sports
    • De Pere Softball Scores
    • SNC Football: Looking Forward
    • Soccer Ready To ...


The Media, Education, And The State: Arts-Based Research And A Marxist Analysis Of The Syrian Refugee Crisis, Meng Zhao Aug 2019

The Media, Education, And The State: Arts-Based Research And A Marxist Analysis Of The Syrian Refugee Crisis, Meng Zhao

Education (PhD) Dissertations

By 2019, the Syrian civil war has lasted for nearly eight years and it has created the largest humanitarian crisis since WWII (Achlume, 2015). Using the siege of Aleppo in 2016 as a case study, the author applied a Marxist-humanist theoretical framework and incorporated arts-based research methodology to examine how US news media supports capitalist social relations. The research question for this study was: how do the US media depictions of the siege of Aleppo, Syria in 2016 reflect capitalist social relations? There were three sub-questions that followed: (1) Which elements of the siege of Aleppo in 2016 get the ...