Trump, Clinton and the Media Collide in a ‘Post-Factual’ America

  |  Topic: Media Analysis, Politics

Given that I was wearing my direct-from-school inordinately bright blue shorts and a plain white T-shirt in a meeting space filled with older business men and women carefully dressed in sharp suits or silken dresses, you can imagine how much I stood out as the only teen present at the Blank Family Foundation’s “News Media and […]

Twitter Wars: The Politics of Kanye’s Sexuality

  |  Topic: Culture, Media Analysis, Music, Opinion, Relationships, Senior Picks 2016

If you were lucky enough to see the Twitter war that ensued between Kanye and Wiz Khalifa, you probably saw Amber Rose swoop in and mention how she recalls Kanye enjoying her putting her fingers in his lower orifice (read: butt crack) during sex, calling him a “fingersinthebootya**b*tch.” The chaos that ensued after her comment […]

Get (in)Formation: Beyonce’s Video Addressing Issues Affecting Blacks Isn’t A Problem

  |  Topic: Culture, Media Analysis, Opinion
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In celebration of the 50th anniversary since its birth, Beyonce and her team paid tribute to the The Black Panthers. The empowering effort has been fogged by slander. “Formation” has been portrayed as polarizing, described along the lines of reverse racism. In an interview with CNN, Rudy Giuliani spoke on the performance, calling it an […]