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Category: Communication and Media

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Student Journalists Examine Crucial Issues in Paterson

Paterson/On the Rise delivers grit and insight in Montclair State University’s News Lab special report

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‘Cooking with Koppell’ Launches on Hawk+

New student-produced show featuring President Koppell and fellow Red Hawks debuts on School of Communication and Media’s streaming platform

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Why All the Chatter About ChatGPT?

Professors say use of artificial intelligence in the classroom may reshape the way they teach

Pop Culture is News, Not Clickbait, University Professor Says in New Book

From #MeToo to Marvel to JK Rowling, Communications Professor Joel Penney looks at how celebrities and entertainment news play a major role in the public’s understanding of social and political issues

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‘Ask Governor Murphy’ Broadcasts Live from Campus

Governor Phil Murphy responds to questions posed by students and viewers, discusses gun safety, mental health and other challenges for the state

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Study: Valentine’s Day 2023 is All About Gifts, Less About Love

The commercialization of Valentine’s Day is more prevalent than ever on social media, which may negatively impact mental health

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Making Time for More Degrees

Montclair State University Adjunct Professor Joseph Segriff has earned 24 degrees in his ongoing lifelong pursuit of knowledge

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Feliciano School of Business Launches Hawk+ Channel

Partnership with School of Communication and Media will keep prospective students, alumni and corporate partners informed

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Semester in LA: Montclair Students Begin Residency Program

School of Communication and Media students will focus on the Los Angeles media industry through in-person classes, online coursework and internships

Screenshot of a Tweet by Twitter CEO Elon Musk, inviting users to vote in a poll that asks "Should Twitter offer a general amnesty to suspended accounts, provided that they have not broken the law or engaged in egregious spam?" Out of 3,162,112 votes, 72.4% voted YES and 27.6% voted NO.

Study: Use of ‘Groomer’ Hate Speech Increased on Twitter After Colorado Springs Nightclub Shooting

Findings points to impact of CEO Musk’s ‘general amnesty’ on the social media platform

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Study Examines Qatar World Cup Controversy and Boycott

Human rights activists are ramping up protest efforts using hashtags like #boycottqatar2022

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Study Finds Hate Speech on Twitter Increased Quickly After Elon Musk Takeover

The billionaire CEO has promised to reduce “too woke” restrictions on the platform