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Posted by Mr. Brien McHugh on February 28, 2017

If you read this blog with any regularity, you know I usually tackle lightweight subjects in an offhand, snarky sort-of way. Sorry, if that's what you came here for today.

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Posted by Mr. Richard Lorenc on February 21, 2017

First, for the first time in my life I decided to leave my selection for president of the USA blank during the recent election for ethical reasons.  I believed that neither Hillary Clinton nor Donald Trump deserved my vote.

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Posted by Ms. Terre Layng Rosner on February 11, 2017

 

 

 

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Posted by Dr. Scott Marshall on February 10, 2017

PART III of III

 

Pussyhat, pussyhat, what did you there?

I joined the resistance for truth and what’s fair! (with apologies to Mother Goose)

 

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Posted by Dr. Scott Marshall on January 31, 2017

PART II of III

 

Pussyhat, pussyhat, what saw you there?

Thousands of people, who fear and who care! (with apologies to Mother Goose)

 

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Posted by Dr. Scott Marshall on January 27, 2017

PART I of III

 

Pussyhat, pussyhat, where have you been?

I’ve been to Chicago, to protest the “king.” (with apologies to Mother Goose)

 

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Posted by Mr. Brien McHugh on January 17, 2017

I had an interesting discussion with my Writing Across the Media II class.

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Posted by Mr. Brien McHugh on December 22, 2016

Sometimes I feel like a used car salesman.

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Posted by Mr. Brien McHugh on November 15, 2016

This may a little long but I think it is well worth your time.

On Saturday, The Presidential Alumni Award was given to Brendan and Jessica (Saraga) Walsh, Mass Comm majors who graduated in 2005.

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Posted by Mr. Brien McHugh on November 3, 2016

The Communication and Media Arts department has a wonderful relationship with Caterpillar Inc., one of the largest companies on the planet.

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Posted by Ms. Terre Layng Rosner on October 15, 2016

Let’s explore this “madness” by addressing what is happening in our political environment, shall we?

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Posted by Mr. Brien McHugh on October 6, 2016

If you’ve ever wondered about the crazy stuff that drones can and are being used for, come to the USF auditorium at 3 p.m. on Monday, October 10.

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Posted by Mr. Richard Lorenc on September 27, 2016

Last Saturday, we hosted a wonderful celebration of the Journalism/Communications, Mass Communication and Communication and Media Arts program’s 40th year anniversary.  In 1976, USF Professor Emeritus Rita Travis started the program and it has come a long way since that time in terms o

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Posted by Ms. Terre Layng Rosner on September 23, 2016

How does one deal with the constant barrage of social media? I ask this because, surprisingly my youngest son announced that he wished he had grown up in the 1970s. Huh? No Internet, no Netflix, no Cell phones! What was he babbling about?

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Posted by Mr. Brien McHugh on September 8, 2016

Do you remember when the first part of September was a really important time of year? Anyone younger than 40 or so may not realize that there once was a time when the “I’ve got to have it now” internet didn’t dictate everything.

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Posted by Mr. Richard Lorenc on September 2, 2016

Wow, the 40th anniversary of the Journalism/Communication, Mass Communication and Media Arts department celebration is scheduled for September 24th.  I can’t believe how time flies.  Let’s take a trip down memory lane.

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Posted by Mr. Brien McHugh on June 21, 2016

One of my colleagues handed me an infographic today that I found really interesting. (Disclaimer: my colleague has these “charts of the day” emailed to him and I can’t find the original chart to post here.

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Posted by Mr. Brien McHugh on May 17, 2016

Okay, I’m sorry. I tried to fight it but I can’t. The University of Phoenix’s current commercial stirs up too many emotions in me (envy and anger, for the most part) not to say something.

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Posted by Mr. Brien McHugh on April 19, 2016

While doing a little research on millenials, I came across an opinion piece in The Daily Dot, an online newsmagazine, that quoted a report from The Independent, a newspaper from th

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Posted by Ms. Terre Layng Rosner on March 23, 2016

Yes, I’m already tired of the political elections too! It seems like these politicians have been running for the past 100 years rather than just the last year or so.

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