The Importance of Black joy
Parker Thompson shares how Black vernacular photography can allow us to celebrate Black joy.
I’m still learning, but I’m almost there
Writing a memoir, selling my art, and making a podcast have all been on my list of things to do in my life. I am happy to announce that I am really, really close to completing my list. I sold some of my art for the first time last semester at the Create@Brandeis Craft Market, and now this October I am releasing my very first podcast. After taking Prof. Adriana Lacy’s (JOUR) class on social journalism, my interest in different forms of journalism flourished. I grew up listening to NPR, the “Moth Radio Hour” and a variety of podcasts, but I realized that storytelling is the thread to everything I am passionate about. Film, animation, art, and now journalism all incorporate storytelling. I decided to make a podcast not only because it has been on my list, but because podcasting allows an audience to relate and listen. I learned that through a podcast, you can turn research and numbers into human stories.
News, politics, and media: How I experience news stories
A combination of truth-telling, easy and digestible headlines, and more diverse representation would help improve young people’s engagement with current events and news.
Boston’s queer nightlife scene, in photos
It is a truth universally acknowledged: A look at adaptation in Pride & Prejudice
Orientation Leaders go on strike, declare unionization
Losing big in the Brandeis housing lottery
Industry expert Jimmy Kang leads audio engineering workshop