Stories

Roy H. Park School of Communications



Scenes from my work documenting a program that helps once-reclusive Maasai women.
by Jenny Rizzo ’01

The drive seemed endless in an aging four-wheeler with no windowpanes or seatbelts. The red East African earth formed a gritty coating on my skin and teeth. After three hours our driver slowed to a stop under a tree...

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Faculty member Gossa Tsegaye ’76 makes a documentary about “the Jungle.”
By Liz Getman '09

Homelessness is “the state or condition of having no home,” or “the state of living in the streets.” But some choose to ascribe a different meaning to the word — and for them, ...

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by Sarah Brylinsky ’09

It was difficult for me to breathe by the time I’d reached my room in Quito. Ten thousand feet above sea level, the fourth floor seemed more like the forty-fourth floor, and the backpack which had weighed under 30 pounds in Pennsylvania now weighed at least 655. In the next ten days I would hike higher...

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The Watergate reporter visits IC just weeks before the identity of the infamous Deep Throat is revealed.   by Erika Spaet ’09

In the 1970s United States politics—indeed, the whole society—was rocked by the Nixon administration’s Watergate scandal. Now the country is still under the shadows of the...

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Using the Second Life online universe as a teaching and marketing tool.   by Zeke Wright ’07

Second Life is no computer game. It’s a “metaverse,” or alternate universe. It exists online, and its population is growing daily. There is no predetermined way to play, and you don’t win or lose. Users do enjoy a...

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