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‘A Fresh Perspective’: A Documentary Series by Michael Lamberti

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A new series is coming to Bloomsburg University called "A Fresh Perspective." Each episode will feature a person from a certain community who...

‘The Red Book,’ a play by Michael Lamberti

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I always wanted to write films or plays about controversial topics. This was an inspiration after seeing "Joker," and "The Mindset," a visual play...

My Thoughts After Working as an Assistant Costume Designer for BU Players’ ‘Be More...

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My name is Michael Lamberti; I am a videographer, editor, actor and costume designer. As of the time this article is published, this would...

Blooming Studios Presents: The Mindset

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Ever wondered what goes through people's heads? Blooming Studios explores those questions with "The Mindset." Contains harsh language. Interested in making movies? Email mal13843@huskies.bloomu.edu for...

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This Saturday, the Bloomsburg University Huskies will play their home opener against Gannon University at 2 p.m. The football game will be streamed via...

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BU Now – a Fearless Attack Against this Creature Called Technology

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Hoping she would grasp a concrete metaphor, I compared the FB group to an office room that serves as the hub for the entire office building. Within this single room, there are filing cabinets after filing cabinets of organized paperwork - any documet that a worker could possibly need is in an easy to find spot so as to retreive it quickly and efficiently. There is a bulletin board with memos for all to see, and mailboxes for every worker there. An FB group, I explained to her, is a virtual replacement of this tangible office room example, able to hold virtually an infinite amount of information, excessible to anyone who needs it. "HA! I've got her!" I thought to myself. So naive, though, I was, to the stubborness of what seems to be this anti-technology progression generation. This woman insisted again that she just didn't get it.