With the recent wave of sexual assault and harassment allegations against some of Hollywood’s biggest male figures, many social media… Read more #MeToo and Why We’re Missing the Point
In today’s society where people are constantly bombarded with information from their phones, friends, social media and more, the Golden… Read more Journalism in a Multimedia Era
When you get off the train at Hackney Downs, Hackney looks like a pretty sketchy borough of London. However, this… Read more Hackney: The Times are Changing
Since getting to Europe four weeks ago, I’ve visited three countries and seven cities. Though this traveling was a new… Read more Spare Change
Every society has its own unique social structure. In the U.S. it revolves mainly around racial economic issues resulting in… Read more Social Class and the Way England Is Failing Its Citizens
In general, Western cultures do a really crappy job of representing all types of people in any real way. Coming… Read more London: The Real Melting Pot
Everyone is guilty of flipping channels only to find that the only thing on is Kardashian or Teen Mom reruns… Read more Creating Our Own Reality?
I’m currently taking an opinion writing class as part of my major and in it, we talked about the discrepancy… Read more Where Have All The Female Journalists Gone?
In class a group presented a summary of an article explaining all the ways that Twilight, the teen movie about… Read more In Defense of Twilight – A Feminist Success
The UNT College of Music is one of the most inclusive and diverse music programs in the country, along with… Read more Hear the World: UNT’s Ethnomusicology Graduate Student Concert
In his first few weeks in office, President Donald Trump has already issued around seven executive orders, arguably the most… Read more It Didn’t Start With Trump…But He Sure Made It Worse
When planning for a city, you don’t expect it to become the 11th most populated and fastest growing city in… Read more A Love Letter to Austin