Podcasts

The Podcast By Brianna Owens Ft. Cicely, Corinne And Eden

This Podcast session was created for my Journalism and the web class as a final project. I, Brianna Owens was Joined by Cicely Austin, Corinne Sutherland and Eden Quail. In this Podcast our main topic of interest was misconceptions about millennials/ People with in our age bracket. It also tuned into differences that we saw… Continue reading The Podcast By Brianna Owens Ft. Cicely, Corinne And Eden

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Childish: an essay on “The Veldt” By Ray Bradbury and “Beautiful Monsters” By Eric Puchner

Childish “The Veldt” By Ray Bradbury and “Beautiful Monsters” By Eric Puchner are both heavily influenced on the affect that technology has on children. Bradbury focuses on how easily children can use technology as a source of callow and dangerous power. Puncher explores the possibility of an entirely youthful reign of children and how their… Continue reading Childish: an essay on “The Veldt” By Ray Bradbury and “Beautiful Monsters” By Eric Puchner

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Venus in Furs: Inequality of the sexes in Past and Contemporary society

  The idea of equality of the sexes in the 1800’s and contemporary time may seem a bit odd. We seem believe as a society that things have gotten much better for not only women but men as well That we are much more understanding of softer men and stronger women. But according to this… Continue reading Venus in Furs: Inequality of the sexes in Past and Contemporary society

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Journal entry on: The House That Jack Built

The House that Jack Built is a short animated film by Ron Tunis it was released in 1967. It as a modern telling/version of jack and the bean stalk that talks about consumerism, capitalism and greed. Jack is the ideal version of the 1960’s suburban man; he has an office job in the city, a… Continue reading Journal entry on: The House That Jack Built

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Symposium on Schopenhauer

DISCLAIMER: this is another essay i wrote back in 2016 in my Philosophy and culture: Philosophy of love class. it discuses the description for “love”  between  Schopenhauer and Plato's Symposium. When one thinks of a description for “love” thoughts of heart shaped boxes of chocolate, weddings, the feeling of having butterflies in your stomach and the… Continue reading Symposium on Schopenhauer