By Samay Saxena Traditional media outlets influence over voters receiving information about candidates is no longer prevalent in our current society. As of last year, Pew Research found that 18 percent of US adults get their information about politics from… Read More ›
By Emily Lewandowski The Late Show With Stephen Colbert allows the public to see politicians, such as Eric Adams, the New York City mayor-elect, in a new light. The more casual platform allows Adams to display his personality and discuss topics… Read More ›
By Richard Lee Crain’s New York Business published its list of the 50 Most Powerful Women in New York this week. Attorney General Letitia James is tops on the list, one slot ahead of Gov. Kathy Hochul. Crain’s criteria for… 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 ›
By Tierney Fitzgerald The coronavirus pandemic has affected student-athletes’ mental health through media and democracy due to university COVID-19 restrictions and prioritization of media coverage across all teams in season. The university mandated a no visitor policy that has limited… 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.