In this issue:
Sacrifice who you are, for what you will become: The Growth of Religion and Culture Through Eric Thomas by Jovan Morse
Pop Culture in News: The Rise of Infotainment Programming by Charlotte Harris
Corporate Ethics and Authenticity; Gaining Consumer Buying One Virtue at a Time by Nicole Downing
Gender Discrepancies in Makeup Usage and the Subsequent Impact on Appearance Expectations by Rebecca C. Bishop
Rushing Towards a Religion by Ellen Gibbs
Sensory Test Sequence of Actions by Zoë Parsons
The Effects of a Trip to India on the Music and Life of George Harrison by Carter Bennett
Disconnected From Millennials: Why Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Failed to Captivate Young Voters by Jenna Ward
The Ethics of Physician-assisted Death by Amanda Dwyer
A Rhetorical Analysis of Before the Flood by Hannah Lane
"Comm-entary, Spring 2017 - Full Issue,"
Comm-entary: Vol. 13
, Article 1.
Available at: https://scholars.unh.edu/comm-entary/vol13/iss1/1