Article written by Jozen Cummings Originally published by GQ Packaged by Katelyn Cordero Photos taken by Katelyn Cordero The organization is under attack when it’s needed the most. Fifteen years ago as a college sophomore, I walked into the Planned Parenthood clinic on 16th St. in Washington, D.C. with my […]

By: Mae Bonnaci Erika Perilla Molina sits in the SUNY New Paltz library as she tries to study for an international politics exam and write two papers that are due by the end of the week. She’s been sitting at the same table for at least three hours, but thankfully […]

Students from Professor Howard Good’s Being Digital class created one minute visual interpretations of a technological ideology. For the fall 2015 semester, the students had a choice of many multimedia options, such as stop-frame animation, traditional animation or simply a video. In a dystopian technologically-infused world, we will see no […]

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In “No K-pop for Three Days”, Jillian Nadiak does exactly as the title explains and ditches the music that is the driving force behind her life. Her video has been featured on Youtube Nation and is currently being optioned for a documentary on one of Korea’s top entertainment companies, YG […]

Madelinerose Kossmann, Tyler Brown, Dane Lewis evaluate the potential effects military based video games have on those who play them, and whether or not they were intended by the producers. Bryce Kristall and Sarah Painter evaluate a sexually influenced free-world video game. Click here. Katherine Bunster and Ella Graffin look […]

Bryce Kristall and Sarah Painter explore the world of Second Life, a reality based video game that allows it’s users to live out their fantasies. Katherine Bunster and Ella Graffin look at Disney princesses. Click here. Madelinerose Kossmann, Tyler Brown, Dane Lewis examine military video games. Click here.

Watched Over from Annie March on Vimeo. Being Digital students Patrick Angehr, Annie March and Russell Hartman analyze the impact of technology in modern society through Richard Brautigan’s poem “All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace.”   For more Being Digital videos: Kate Bunster and Francesca Caccavale explore the implications […]

Being Digital Project – Kelly Seiz from SUNY New Paltz on Vimeo. Being Digital student, Kelly Seiz, uses charcoal drawings to interpret E.E. Cummings’ poem “Pity This Busy Monster, Manunkind. For other Being Digital videos: Kate Bunster and Francesca Caccavale explore the implications of technology in medicine. Kevin Ha’s humorous take on […]

Howard Good’s Fall 2014 Media Ethics class was asked to create films interpreting this quote by Theodor W. Adorno: “Triviality is evil – triviality, that is, in the form of consciousness and mind that adapts itself to the world as it is, that obeys the principle of inertia. And this principle […]

Howard Good’s Fall 2014 Media Ethics class were asked to create films interpreting this quote by Theodor W. Adorno: “Triviality is evil – triviality, that is, in the form of consciousness and mind that adapts itself to the world as it is, that obeys the principle of inertia. And this principle […]

Howard Good’s Fall 2014 Media Ethics class were asked to create films interpreting this quote by Theodor W. Adorno: “Triviality is evil – triviality, that is, in the form of consciousness and mind that adapts itself to the world as it is, that obeys the principle of inertia. And this principle […]

Howard Good’s Fall 2014 Media Ethics class were asked to create films interpreting this quote by Theodor W. Adorno: “Triviality is evil – triviality, that is, in the form of consciousness and mind that adapts itself to the world as it is, that obeys the principle of inertia. And this principle […]