Tag Archives: journalism

Movie Review: Nightcrawler

Dylan Haviland – General Assignment Reporter  The history of cinema has often given birth to characters driven to success, creating heroes that do whatever it takes to achieve their goals.  Once in a blue moon, film will turn its back on conventional characters and create a being both maniacal and genius. Director Dan Gilroy’s film, ‘Nightcrawler’ revives the sensation of

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News finds students on social media

Eric Urbanowicz – Special to The Southern News  As he prepares to begin his radio show, Jon Reynolds, the news director at Southern Connecticut State University’s radio station, WSIN, scrolls through the latest news on his cell phone. While scrolling through the different pages of news sites, he jots down the most eye-catching stories and stories he believes his audience

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Minority groups and their portrayal in the media

Josh Falcone – General Assignment Reporter  The Southern Connecticut State University chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists held a “Journalism on the Fringe” event in the student center. The event was created in part to discuss how some minority group’s feelings on how the media portrays them. Members of the Organization of Latin American Students (OLAS) made up the

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