by AUTUMN MACDONALD In 2016, Edda Humprecht and Frank Esser mapped various news websites across the world to examine models in which media companies adapt to the rapidly changing environment of web-based media. They focused on the benefits of digital journalism, noting that political reporting has essentially been revolutionized through the use of hyperlinks, interactive… Read More Communication in 2017: And the Death of Print Newspapers
Strategies for Being an Effective Ally by SAMMY LOWE Now that we’re back from Reading Week, it’s exciting to think that Pride Week is just around the corner (YAAAAS)! While there will be a plethora of fun events and activities throughout the week, such as a bake sale and a musical performance by award-winning musician… Read More No Need for Shade, Augustana!
When Even Study Schedules and All-Nighters Aren’t Enough by SAMMY LOWE Hello, dear reader. I’m sure that you know just as well as I do that University isn’t as easy as shows like “Community” or “Pitch Perfect” make it seem. Sure, we have the opportunity to make meaningful connection and memories throughout our time here,… Read More The University Balancing Act
by AUTUMN MACDONALD Naturally, as a Environmental Studies Major I would like to put my two cents in about the infamous Dyson air dryers that are new(ish) to Augustana. The new air hand dryers which have been peppered around campus are known as the “Dyson Airblade V” model. Benefits of the Airblade V are plenty… Read More In Defense of Dyson