Media Ethics: Military Video Games

Madelinerose Kossmann, Tyler Brown, Dane Lewis evaluate the potential effects military based video games have on those who play them, and whether or not they were intended by the producers.
Bryce Kristall and Sarah Painter evaluate a sexually influenced free-world video game. Click here.
Katherine Bunster and Ella Graffin look at Disney princesses. Click here.

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New Paltz Alum Austin Shatz of H2Occupy Discusses Water Bottle Bans

Tue Feb 10 , 2015
Americans use approximately 50 billion water bottles each year, resulting in severe environmental issues and costing the average American over $100 per year. As of fall 2014, SUNY New Paltz is well on its way to banning bottled water because of the H2Occupy movement, led by Austin Schatz, a 24-year-old […]

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