Lauren Sargent

Tag: media reflection

Analyzing With Ebert: 10 Cloverfield Lane

Hey, folks! This week I learned a lot about looking deeper into the visual aspects of films. I took a film studies class last semester and loved it so I was ready to roll with it. First off, I watched a video that drew me […]

Design is Adult’s Play

This week I absorbed two Ted talks by famous graphic designers who have done work for the The Met Opera, Quicksilver and more. I’m not sure if this was how it was meant to be taken, but to me the two speakers seemed like two […]

Open Your Ears

When I took Intro to Theatre last semester, we discussed the origins of theatre. Theorists said that the art had a few possible roots: ritual, acting and storytelling. Each piece was feasibly an origin of theatre but only together did they make up the complete […]

A Rusted Future

This week I had the pleasure of reading two post-apocalyptic short stories. The first of these was There will come soft rains by Ray Bradbury. From the get go, this story drew me in with a full immersion into the destroyed post-apocalyptic world that it took […]

Tsunamis, Pandemics and Bots, Oh My!

This week found me being fully initiated into the world of Science Fiction and Apocalyptic media. First off, I watched the cheesy and plot hole-ridden TV special, End Day. It was an easy to digest series that followed repetitions of the same day culminating in […]