“Young, Gifted and Black: Michael Schultz Celebrates 50 Years in Stage and Screen” begins Aug. 15.
The undergraduate students have an average 3.64 GPA and 1256 SAT score, and the graduate students have academic backgrounds ranging from anthropology to zoology.
The Emerald Literati Awards for Excellence recognize outstanding scholarly research published in Emerald Group Publishing journals.
The program expands access to honors programs, which previously were available only to direct admits.
Students will learn how to get involved in the National Park Service Learning Program and Stories of Peace.
The MisEducation of Bindu is the latest in a developing collaboration between the production company and The Media School.
A National Ernie Pyle Day celebration featured remarks by Vietnam War correspondent Joseph Galloway, Indiana Sen. Todd Young and sculptor Tuck Langland.
The international documentary film and media conference is coming to Bloomington from Aug. 8-11 for its 25th annual symposium.
The article, by professors emeritus David Weaver and Cleve Wilhoit, and Syracuse University’s Lars Willnat, is based the latest of a 46-year series of studies on U.S. journalists.
The late World War II correspondent Ernie Pyle’s jacket, typewriter and Purple Heart have made their way home to The Media School, just in time for National Ernie Pyle Day.