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Reflecting on ‘This Is Us:’ How TV shows help us grieve

Autumn Okuszka, Editor-in-Chief April 5, 2023

It’s been one year since NBC’s hit show “This Is Us” last graced our television screens. It’s also been one year since my grandmother passed away.  I still remember the first time I watched...

Professor Sam Srauy appearing on The Toys That Built America

Dr. Sam Srauy appears on ‘The Toys That Built America’

Autumn Okuszka, Editor-in-Chief November 16, 2022

Dr. Sam Srauy’s study of video games led to a television appearance on The History Channel’s “The Toys That Built America” series. The associate professor of communication at Oakland University...

Nostalgia Baiting has to stop

D'Juanna Lester, Arts Reporter June 30, 2021

Everyone loves nostalgic TV — going back to watch shows and movies from our childhood never gets old. During the past year, I’m sure many of us have gone back and watched old shows while we were...

Faculty Focus: Glen Armstrong, Writing and Rhetoric

Faculty Focus: Glen Armstrong, Writing and Rhetoric

By Glen Armstrong April 7, 2014

GhoulardiIn 1957 Universal sold the rights to their horror films to syndicated television, freeing Dracula, Frankenstein, the Invisible Man and much of their less sophisticated brethren to wreak havoc...

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