Following years of escaping in cities, Jana Richman revisits her hometown, Utah, in a journey that unravels her emotions and childhood wounds. In her 2018 book “Finding Stillness in a Noisy World,” she guides her readers through a transformative and eye-opening journey in which she explores transverse feelings including fear, love, and loss in a … More “Finding Stillness in a Noisy World:” Book Review
This feature explores how young Dubai-based artists utilize social media in order to build their brand in a highly competitive market. Click here to Download File Click here to Redirect to the Article
The feature utilizes various interviews with several Emiratis from different age groups to provide an insight into the Ramadan traditions that are unique to them. Click here to Download File Click here to Redirect to the Article
MCM 472 – Editorial and Critical Writing: Commentary We are currently witnessing an alarming evolution in e-activism, a subunit of activists incorporating aspects of ‘dragging culture’ through the adoption of bullying and humiliation as a means to fight prejudice. But it is evident now that social media activism is characterized by a surge of unhealthy habits, … More Bullying: A viable solution to address discrimination?
MCM475 – Critical Analysis of Mass Media: Assignment “He Named Me Malala,” 2015, is a documentary directed by American filmmaker Davis Guggenheim based on the biography “I Am Malala.” It provides insight into the life of a young Pakistani girl who was shot by a masked Taliban gunman in 2012 after demanding women’s rights to education. … More Representations in “He Named Me Malala”
I do not recall the last time I was with someone, yet I do not remember the last time I was alone. All I know is that I can tolerate loneliness as long as people surround me. For some time, I thought it stemmed from the fear of actually being alone but I’ve come to … More Okay with being alone?