By Denny Wilkins I have a history. So do you. And we both know that a competent historian or biographer or journalist could unearth episodes we’d rather not see the light of day. No one’s perfect. That’s why we “edit”… Read More ›
Lawrence Gellert, a music collector who worked to introduce white audiences to a tradition of Black musical protest during the 1930s and 1940s, will be the subject of the Jandoli Institute’s next music and social justice online forum. Dr. Steven… Read More ›
The Jandoli Institute partnered with SBU-TV and TAPinto Greater Olean to produce a television program previewing the address that President Joe Biden will deliver to a Joint Session of Congress tonight. St. Bonaventure University students Jaren Holmes and Julia Schneider… Read More ›
Jandoli Institute Executive Director Richard Lee discusses the Derek Chauvin verdict with Carole McNall. McNall is an attorney and an assistant professor in the Jandoli School of Communication at St. Bonaventure University, where she teaches media law.
By Chloe George Our country’s increased use of technology and internet throughout the pandemic is in need of serious government regulation. This has been a large topic in the media throughout the recent presidential campaign and within the regular news… Read More ›
By Chris Mackowski In a Feb. 18, 1863, letter to his brother, Sen. John Sherman of Ohio, Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman lamented what he saw as a deterioration of American ideals. In order to defeat the Confederacy, he feared… Read More ›