Speakers relating to: Journalism
The Sex Diaries Project on Campus
What's really going on behind closed doors on your campus?
Arianne Cohen spent six years collecting 3,500 anonymous seven-day sex diaries from people all over North America and the world – including college towns. In The Sex Diaries Project On Campus, she takes you on a tantalizing tour through the sometimes shocking, always entertaining real diaries of college students, creating a compelling portrait of sex and sexuality on campus today that will forever change how you look at relationships.
How To Speak To Human Beings:
Step Away From the Computer
In this age of social media, texting, twittering, and facebooking, truly inspiring conversations are becoming harder to hold. From dating to networking to elevator-pitching, too many of us squander opportunities for wisdom, wit, love and profit.
Imagine What You Can Do
The Power of Citizen Journalism
Amanda Koster is an internationally acclaimed photographer with a passion for finding and sharing stories of real people, human rights, cultural diversity and global equality. She asks you to ‘Imagine What You Can Do’ with the tools at your disposal to make a difference in peoples’ lives.
The Human Face of Immigration
Sarah Stuteville and Alex Stonehill are international journalists who have covered the US immigration system for over a decade. They use real stories to put a human face on the immigration debate, and are the creators of the documentary, Barzan, the story of one man's being accused of terrorism and subsequent deportation.