Security Within Ever-changing Industries

As a senior in college, I have gotten used to the reactions I receive after being asked what I study. Heavily dependent on demographic, it’s usually one of two responses. The first is the exciting and refreshing reply of, “Wow that’s so cool! I know someone out on the West coast pursuing film.” While the […]

Creative Precariousness

  Considering that “creative work and creative workers are of vital importance to economic growth in post-industrial economies, via the addition of creative and cultural value to national innovation systems” (Bridgstock et. al 335), is it safe to assume that graduates with a background in the creative fields will find well-paying jobs? Not necessarily. In […]

Is it Worth it?

While attending school, one of the main objectives that individuals’ seek is to be able to apply what he/she has learned to the world. On top of that, being able to make a profit for doing something that one enjoys, is even better. While the world evolves, the expansion of what is learned in a classroom […]

Europe has it together.

Welcome! Ladies and gentlemen, welcome…to the last blog post of the FNMS senior seminar!! I considered titling this blog post: “How to read academic jargon without going crazy”, but then I realized that it was making me crazy… Some quotes from the past several weeks of Senior Sem to make you nostalgic: “Love is blind. […]