All posts by Marina Astakhova

HSE | Mass-media Management | Society, Brands, Culture, Technology

How ‘Charity: Water’ Makes A Connection Between Donors And Whom They Help

Founded in 2006, Charity: Water is aimed to provide developing countries with clear drinkable water. Since then the organization managed to attract various partners and now plays a comanagement role, controlling mapping, long-term planning, and strategic investing on the ground.

/ March 27, 2017

Beyond Church Attendance: Rapidly Flourishing, Entrepreneurial INC Christianity

INC Christianity is one of the most powerfully growing religious structures in the US. It determines the main objective not to help prayers directly, but to control main institutions in the country, bringing «heaven to earth».

/ March 23, 2017

Canan Dagdeviren: Life-Saving Devices That Bring Borderless Medicine

Born in Turkey, Canan Dagdeviren has been in the US for 9 years already, putting her far-off infant dream to help heart patients into life. At the moment she works as the director of the Conformable Decoders research group at MIT Media Lab, engaged with deep-brain...

/ March 22, 2017

Meet Martin Stranka: An Award-Winning Photographer Launching His First Art Collector’s Book

A photographer Martin Stranka, who exibited his works of art at various galleries from South America all the way to Asia, is now working on his book named «10 YEARS». Dedicated to his professional anniversary date, it unites the best photos from years 2007-2017.

/ March 20, 2017

Laura Brown: From Successful Instagram Account To «InStyle» Editor-In-Chief

This Australian women with unpretentious Instagram made her remarkable journalistic carrier by herself. Starting from internships at magazines being a student, now she is editor-in-chief at "InStyle".

/ March 15, 2017

Meet ‘Radish’: A «Netflix For Books» And Already Successful Serialized Fiction App

Seung Yoon Lee, the co-founder of Radish, illustrates how top writers can earn a five-figure monthly income and shares his ideas about the future of the app, transforming it to «a more premium site».

/ March 10, 2017

Maeve Higgins: 3 Reasons To Check True-To-Life Podcasts About US Immigrants

They flee to America to feel safe and free, despite all the hardships they can face on their way to get the US citizenship. Such stories are always made of struggle, but they are put in a funny way.

/ March 7, 2017

How Independent Theaters Troll Donald Trump With «1984» Screenings

The George Orwell’s dystopian classic is back again. Besides being on the bestseller list, now it will be on the screen, presenting the breeze of changes coming.

/ March 3, 2017
Alistair McClymont: Magnificent Science Captured As A Piece Of Art

Alistair McClymont: Magnificent Science Captured As A Piece Of Art

Alistair McClymont, a British artist, captures very simple natural occurrences in a way to evoke a sense of real wonder. This plain, but at the same time sophisticated beautiful art occurs only due to the artist's patriotic dedication to science.

/ February 24, 2017