Category Archives: MPSJ Portfolio

Reflective-MPSJ

Core Value 1. My work demonstrates that I used a variety of social and interactive practices that involve recursive stages of exploration, discovery, conceptualization, and development. I demonstrated the practice of recursive stages in many of my works this semester … Continue reading

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Op-ed for Portfolio-MPSJ

The Cost of Career: A Woman’s Dilemma of Pay or Passion https://www.cnbc.com/2018/04/09/the-10-jobs-with-the-largest-and-smallest-gender-pay-gaps.html Collegecensus.com recently posted a list of the highest paying jobs for women in 2019. The fact that we, as a society, are going into yet another decade where … Continue reading

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Editorial for Portfolio-MPSJ

No Place for a Cell Phone In recent years, celebrities like Brendon Urie and Colleen Ballinger have taken to the stage and new productions based on popular films like Beetlejuice and Mean Girls have brought with them a new group … Continue reading

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Op-ed draft-MPSJ

The Cost of Career: A Woman’s Dilemma of Pay or Passion https://www.advisory.com/daily-briefing/2018/11/28/pay-gap Collegeceunsus.com recently posted a list of the highest paying jobs for women in 2019. Choosing a career path as a female is an already difficult task without taking … Continue reading

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Editorial Draft-MPSJ

No Place for a Cell Phone With the normalization of constant cell phone use, more and more incidents of audience members having been caught by performers using their phones during performances have been publicized. Ranging from Patti LuPone removing the … Continue reading

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LTE for Portfolio-MPSJ

Guilt and Grief In the August 25th article “I Couldn’t Say ‘My Mother’ Without Crying” by Hope Edelman, Edelman describes the difficulty found in dealing with the devastating grief faced by a child who loses a parent. As I can … Continue reading

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LTE Draft-MPSJ

Guilt and Grief In the August 25, 2019 article “I Couldn’t Say ‘My Mother’ Without Crying” by Hope Edelman, the topic of childhood grief is heavily discussed. Edelman describes the difficulty found in dealing with grief of a child specifically … Continue reading

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