In The News: Department of Communication Studies
No wonder burnout is on the rise.
When Sage Anastasi was a teenager, he spent a lot of time on Facebook, passionately defending social justice issues, such as queer rights or the legality of conversion therapy.
Social media has played a big role during this pandemic and it can sometimes be misleading.
Filled with stories from numerous sources and spanning Tesla’s history from its early days to last year’s pandemic, Power Play painted a picture of how an incredibly determined Elon Musk practically willed Tesla into being, and how his ego and pettiness caused the company to pay the price more than once.
Officials with the World Health Organization fear misinformation about Covid-19 and the vaccine is keeping people from getting the shot.
News and other social media platforms are showing videos of the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan that have spurred a roller-coaster of emotions for Saha Salahi, an Afghan American student at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Afghan families in the Las Vegas valley have raised concerns about their loved ones back in Afghanistan.
Learning loss, due to the pandemic, is a growing concern as children head back to the classroom.
And what to share with those who keep using them.
Having the tough conversations is important.
Why now is the perfect moment to reassess our relationship with technology.
The historic Algonquin Club gets a multimillion-dollar makeover and its backers, Sandra and Paul Edgerley, hope the ‘Quin will be ‘a place where memorable encounters can lead to meaningful connections’ for its members.