Showcasing different movements for social change through imagery, the “Perpetual Revolution: The Image and Social Change” exhibition at New York’s International Center of Photography (ICP) wowed SUNY New Paltz professor Dr. Rachel Somerstein and students from her Picture Culture course. Somerstein and her students trekked down to Manhattan to visit […]

For two weeks in April, journalism majors will hear first-hand accounts of reporting in the Middle East including car bombings, journalists kidnappings, constant fear, all through the medium of radio news. National Public Radio (NPR)’s foreign correspondent Deborah Amos will serve as the spring 2013 James H. Ottaway Sr. professor […]

Media Ethics videos were produced by students in professor Howard Good’s fall 2012 Media Ethics class. Groups observed issues facing the media today and conducted ethical evaluations of topics such as sexism in video games, same sex marriage announcements and shaping the image of the Syrian president. Check out these […]

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