Journalism students at Indiana University Bloomington are taking a unique approach to master the art of storytelling. Their weekly discussion of Pulitzer Prize works on Packback has even challenged the practices of traditional journalism by questioning the relevance of food critics and the power of podcasts.
Is North Korea a threat to the rest of the world?
Students on Packback Questions are curious to know after North Korea recently televised a military parade featuring missiles, marching and tanks.
What’s the history of Avogadro’s mol? How did Pythagoras discover his famed theorem? What inspired the painters of the Renaissance?
These students on Packback Questions are curious to know the history of these things.
In one of the most controversial videos of 2017, United Airlines dragged passenger Dr. Dao out of a fully booked plane to make room for staff. The video was shared all over social media and initially resulted in a huge dip in stocks for United.
Here’s what students had to ask on Packback Questions.
Computers have already drastically changed the way we commute, work and communicate every day. The evolution is constant and quick So what else is possible?
Packback has noticed Information Technology (I.T.) students at DePaul University pondering the future of tech.
Could we see large scale usage of jellyfish electricity in the future?
These physics students at the University of Tennessee contemplate unlikely ways of generating electricity on Packback Questions.
What makes a person want to purchase something? Marketing students want to know, and they’re asking about it on Packback Questions.
Recently on the blog, we talked about how college students have a certain intrigue with how the human mind works. With the subject of marketing, it’s about asking the question, ”How do I move people towards the action I want them to take?”
Whether you support the current president or not, his journey to the White House has caused more young people to raise questions about our political system now more than ever.
Students can’t help but be curious about the future of the country after one of the United States’ most controversial elections.
Are haters the motivators of society?
Or do people just pretend to have thick skin? Sociology students at the University of Tennessee-Martin tackle this issue and this mindset’s impact on the human psyche.
Packback students are asking great questions every day, engaging in discussion and encouraging curiosity. This is just one of the amazing questions that students ask on Packback Questions every day.