Our interactions with various forms of media do not only entertain or inform us but can shape our worldviews on a daily basis. To try to get some insight into what sort of media have impacted Georgetown students’ lives, I asked three students in the Leavey Center’s Sellinger Lounge about a time when some piece of media they consumed, whether they read it, watched it, or anything else, changed their lives.
I spoke with Omika Jikaria, Trevor Tezel, and Katherine Key (you might recognize the first two students from their successful GUSA campaign) about their experiences with media. Their life-changing moments covered a wide range of topics, including stress, NSA revelations, and gendered portrayals in the media.
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