Author Archives: Cherri Gann

About Cherri Gann

EA-PubAffairs(News&Info)

Many to few to many

An update from Matthew, a junior majoring in communication studies and political science, and minoring in law and legal reasoning In the late 19th century hundreds of newspapers, radio stations and television channels were independently owned and circulated locally. Nevertheless, … Continue reading

Posted in Hilltop on the Hill, 2014 | Leave a comment

World War II Memorial

An update from Sara, a sophomore majoring in English and public relations with a minor in History. She is a Dedman Scholar and a Second Century Scholar.   How strange it is, the tension between past and present that a … Continue reading

Posted in Hilltop on the Hill, 2014 | Leave a comment

Off the Record

An update from Sara, a sophomore majoring in English and public relations with a minor in History. She is a Dedman Scholar and a Second Century Scholar.   “These words never leave this room.” Such a simple command, yet it … Continue reading

Posted in Hilltop on the Hill, 2014 | Leave a comment

ExxonMobil

An update from Devon, a double major in political science and communication studies. As one of the leading global oil companies, ExxonMobil employs a high energy and highly influential communications team to handle both its international and national communications.  As we … Continue reading

Posted in Hilltop on the Hill, 2014 | Leave a comment

Failures of Our Past

An update from Devon, a double major in political science and communication studies.   Located just steps from Capital Hill, the Newseum houses 250,000 square feet of media related artifacts and relics.  Among these artifacts is the museum’s collection of … Continue reading

Posted in Hilltop on the Hill, 2014 | Leave a comment

Seeing the sights in DC

The next morning Lucy and I woke up for breakfast with some of our classmates. She was more than a little disgruntled, though, because the hot water in our hotel room didn’t seem to be working! The Tabard Inn continental … Continue reading

Posted in Sara in Colonial Virginia | Comments Off

From Madison’s home to DC

This day would be our final full day together. The morning was both exciting and bittersweet. The Hampton Inn provided a lovely continental breakfast. One by one, we arrived with our suitcases to grab a quick bite to eat before heading to … Continue reading

Posted in Sara in Colonial Virginia | Comments Off

Contrasts between liberty and slavery at Monticello

The next morning started bright and early as we left for our tour of Monticello. I was especially excited for this tour. After all, we had read three (enormous) books about the Master of the Mountain and the contrast between … Continue reading

Posted in Sara in Colonial Virginia | Comments Off

“Sugarcoated”

An update from Karma, a junior majoring in political science and human rights, with a minor in law and legal reasoning: Throughout my experience as a human rights major, and especially throughout my experience on this trip, I have thought a lot … Continue reading

Posted in Civil Rights Pilgrimage 2014 | Comments Off

Walk and reflection

The day starts with a generous breakfast in the seminary’s large dining hall. Even with all the activity of the past days, a trend is apparent among many of us – the ample and tasty meals are definitely, shall we … Continue reading

Posted in Perkins School of Theology in Cuba | Comments Off