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Phoebe Wiseman

         The first piece I reviewed was a short video titled “Urban Art vs. Vandalism” (by Summer Tappmeyer). The message of this piece was a bit confused. The introduction begged the question, “what is the difference between street art and vandalism?” and...

Kelsey Sanderlin

I read two different student blogs from The Guardian. The first one I read was about student parents  at Oxford University. The thesis was very clear within the first paragraph and stated that Universities over-look student parents. The author included two different...

Giada Peters

Peer Review Using the 4 Core Criteria: The Guardian Blog: I chose a random article written by the Guardian Students, not sure if that’s what you were supposed to do but the article I read was called “Young Mother’s at University: I breastfed at 5am...

Molly Smith

The first work I will discuss is the digital storytelling from the students at the University of Kragujevac, Serbia called “Following in the Footsteps of My Ancestors”.  The title itself gives a vague, yet a strong statement that can be followed up with...

Elizabeth Burke

The first form of multimedia I will be assessing was a Podcast titled “Living Both Sides of Abuse, And Choosing Neither”. The conceptual core of the podcast was about a woman who started abusing her boyfriend and reminding herself of her mother, who abused...