For centuries, the media has been a medium to spread information and mobilize the public. As technology revolutionizes communication, making information more rapidly available and in demand, the nature of media-political relations has seen a drastic shift, particularly in the 2016 presidential race.
As the lights came up in the auditorium, eight senior boys in pink tuxedo shirts tangoed to ABBA’s “Dancing Queen,” leaving it all on the stage as they prepared to fight for one of the most coveted titles in school.
A few months ago, my math teacher told our class about how “incredible” her son was. Having met Corbin, I know that he’s indeed a genuine legend (he’s an adorable dancer with class and sass). But coming from his mom, it just seemed biased. She noted the palpable discomfort in the room and then said, […]