By: Rachel Dan email@example.com “Framing Britney Spears” and “Miss Americana,” the documentaries following the lives of Britney Spears and Taylor Swift, respectively, explore the journey of young girls paving their way in the music industry. But at what cost? Their every move being watched and followed, their bodies being sexualized, and their image being controlled.… Read More Women on the Rise in a Man’s Man’s Man’s World
By: Isabelle Smith firstname.lastname@example.org The clock is ticking. Soon, a choice will be made that will affect the lives of countless families and individuals throughout the United States. The Supreme Court is on its way to decide if they will overturn Roe v. Wade, a 1973 law protecting liberty for an individual to receive an abortion.… Read More Rise Up For Rights
By: Ana Paula Gonzalez email@example.com A trauma-struck city, New Orleans is no stranger to violence, natural disasters, poverty, and housing security. The effects of these factors would be detrimental to anybody’s mental health – but in a city where the Health Department is not even in the top 10 departments receiving the most funding in… Read More The Center for Resilience is a Sign of Hope for the City of New Orleans
Written by Ryan Harrison With newer technologies, such as Spotify, YouTube, and Apple Music gaining notoriety as increasingly large portions of the public’s minds, it raises the question: why produce content for a ‘dying’ medium, and how does choosing to produce content for radio affect the content itself? In a world with nearly limitless options… Read More Who Even Listens to Radio Anymore?