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iSchool Assumptions Debunked | VIDEO

Meet Maya, Chris, and Junci. They’re three iSchool students who will tackle some of the assumptions about the iSchool. These assumptions are often from high school students or people from the outside. Assumption 1: iSchool students can’t go abroad Not true! As Chris states, he just came back from a semester in Barcelona, Spain. The… Read the full article…


Why You Should Apply To Become a Peer Advisor!

The iSchool is looking for new Peer Advisors, and you can be one of them! Why be a peer advisor you might ask? It’s one of the best opportunities in the iSchool! Peer Advisors have the great privilege to help welcome and guide new students into the iSchool. Peer Advisors help make everyone’s transition into… Read the full article…


Diversity, Inclusion & Bias in Artificial Intelligence

On Friday, November 2nd, Newhouse hosted a panel called Artificial Intelligence & Journalism: Consequences and Opportunities in Emerging Tech. The panelists discussed how artificial intelligence (AI) is moving the technology industry to media organizations. This is seen in the launch of magazine chatbots and daily news organizations use of AI to automate articles. As an… Read the full article…


SU Alum Builds Twitter Community for National Geographic Photos

When I think of National Geographic, I think of a magazine that took up a couple shelves worth of space at my elementary school library and was only ever looked by a group a boys looking (and giggling) at the frequently featured photos of naked indigenous people. In my life, National Geographic stopped playing any kind of contributing role when I graduated from elementary school and stopped having “free time” in the library. Recently though, I’ve found NatGeo has played an increasingly more relevant and interesting role in my day-to-day life. More specifically, the @NatGeoPhotos twitter account has not only garnered my interest but continues to captivate it.