Category Archive: Media

Race Narratives


While reporters strive for objectivity, our work can never really reach that perfect non-biased view. It’s important to remember that journalists are also people in society, and are therefore susceptible to the influences… Read More

Race, Ferguson and America’s Future


It ain’t easy being black in America. A simple glance at the data will tell you why. Let’s start with education. According to the National Centre for Education Statistics, high school graduation rates for… Read More

Why is there still racism in the media?


I don’t know very much about race relations in America. I want that to be the first thing I say on the topic. It’s not that I don’t want to know, or that… Read More



 By: Lila Ojha, Reviewed by Sepeedeh Hashemian Michael Brown lost his life because of an alleged confrontation with a police officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri. According to my personal understanding, it has to be made clear whether this is a race… Read More

“It is all because of this man”


One year ago, during a journalism course at Boston University, I witnessed an ethical dispute over what it seemed to be an ordinary stock photo, representing a black girl biting a slice of… Read More

Colors As Visuals, Not Definitions


Problems only arise when people decide there are problems. That being said, race should never be considered a problem, yet that idea is not globally recognized in 2014. Unfortunately, some people decide that… Read More

Corporate Stewardship


Stewardship is the responsible planning and management of resources.  It’s not often that we think of large corporations in terms of stewardship, using resources wisely and making responsible choices.  It is more likely… Read More

Colbert Controversy


by: Sophia Mayberry edited by: Derya Kaya This week a controversy erupted on twitter. The cable psudo-news talk show The Colbert Report tweeted “I am willing to show #Asian community I care by… Read More

Presidential Stewardship


Article II of the Constitution specifies the powers vested to the President of the United States. He is explicitly charged to take care that the laws enacted by Congress are faithfully executed. So… Read More

Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap… and Others Don’t


Written by: Emily Fritcke Jim Collin’s bestselling management book, Good to Great, is the product of over five years of research that explores how good organizations can be transformed into great ones that… Read More

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