Media & Communications Articles

Winter 2024

Sexism and the Woman Journalist

Q & A with former New Yorker editor Tina Brown, who visits in February for the Center for the Study of Women in Society’s fiftieth anniversary

Winter 2024

Sundance Lessons: Filmmaker Masami Kawai Rises

The cinema studies professor brings the inspiration of Robert Redford’s movie institute to the classroom and the set

Autumn 2023

New Master’s Meets the Demand for Virtual Virtuosos

A new immersive media communication master’s envisions an exciting reality for creative careers

Summer 2023

Wrestle Wolves. Regale Trees. It’s Self-Care the Viking Way.

Thorfinn from the CBS series “Ghosts”—aka Devan Long—offers tips for being fit as a pirate Norseman

Winter 2023 Viewpoints

Four ways to avoid polluting the social media ecosystem

Students in Whitney Phillips’s J-397 Media Ethics class explore ethical problems in media such as privacy and violence

Autumn 2022

Lorie Acio is on the Fast Track at MSNBC

The 2011 Clark Honors College graduate and journalism major is making headlines for her company's work in racial healing

Summer 2022

Insider’s View: Paul Swangard

This summer holds special meaning for NBC broadcaster and “the voice of Hayward Field”

Spring 2022

Movies That Move You

From UO theater to Hollywood, from teaching to creating award-winning documentary films, it wasn’t a straight path for Skye Fitzgerald

Winter 2022

Maxwell Foxman Examines “The Elephant in the Zoom”

Virtual meeting spaces aren’t as inclusive as we’d like to think, and researchers aim to expose the inequities