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Guest Speaker: Paola Richard -Journalist, Media Relations Expert, Campaign Coordinator (March 27, 2013)

After five years at Tor Vergata University in Rome – Italy, where she majored in Marine Biology, Paola Richard became an expert in environmental communication and media relations, working as a journalist, information officer and campaign coordinator for national and international organizations, the Italian Ministry of Environment, NGOs and the Information and Communication Centre of the United Nations Environment Programme Mediterranean Action Plan (UNEP/MAP).

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Weaving Spiders Come Not Here: Or Maybe They Do! (Caely Hibbits)

Screen Shot 2013-02-24 at 10.45.15 PMBohemian Grove is a giant campground in Monte Rio, California that belongs to a private men’s club based out of San Francisco, that dates back to the 1870’s.  They are known as the Bohemian Club.  Every year they get together with some of the most powerful men in the world, their membership includes government officials, (even U.S presidents) business leaders, artists, musicians, media executives, and many more.  Members are allowed to invite guests to the main event but guests are subject to a screening process.  When the club is not hosting events, members can organize personal events and bring family and friends.  They still dictate that all female guests and minors be off the property by 9 or 10pm.   No woman has ever been given full membership, but they have given four women honorary status.

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Politico-Media Complex (Abbe Bernard)

The politico-media complex, PMC, is a name that has been given to a network of relationship between political classes, social media, and the interactions with other agencies, like corporations and law. The term PMC is consid500px-The_Leveson_Love_Triangle_Leveson-2ered a derogatory name for that relationship between the media industry and the government and/or individual politicians in its attempt to manipulate rather than inform the country. Whether or not you know it is happening, it is. Most newspaper are available worldwide, whether it is online or by print. Continue reading