The Campus

Editorial: Sexual assault in the media

Joseph Tingley and Marley Parish

November 9, 2017

In today’s issue of The Campus, a story appeared regarding two recent hearings that involved an Allegheny student accused of sexual assault and two women who requested protection from violence orders against the individual. In...

The maladies of movies morphing into new media

Emily Greene, Staff Writer

April 28, 2016

Twenty years ago, audiences engaged with TV and cinema in wholly disparate ways. The two experiences used to be quite distinct from each other, but with the advent of new technologies and warped, economic mindsets of producers,...

NPR journalist premiers work from South Sudan

Will Soffel, Contributing Writer

March 10, 2016

The Vukovich Center for Communication Arts was filled with students, faculty and Meadville community members on Friday, March 4 at 7:30 p.m. to see NPR photographer and video editor David Gilkey.  As part of the Allegheny journalism conference, D...

Editorial 11/4

November 4, 2010

Fan of Fox News? Come on! Oh, you prefer MSNBC? Just as bad. There, Jon Stewart had it right during his Rally to Restore Sanity. Cable news is broken, and as Americans have increasingly turned to the television for their...

BP’s new PR campaign avoids real problem

November 4, 2010

It’s not surprising to learn that the largest industry in the Gulf Coast is oil, earning $124 billion a year. The second-largest industry is tourism, constituting roughly 30 to 40 percent of the economy in the area and earning...

Editorial: Quit your Twittering

September 8, 2010

Oh, sweetheart, you look so pale.  You’ve got these awful circles under your eyes, and you look so much thinner than we’ve seen you before.  Have you been eating right? When was the last time you came out with us? Are you...

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