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The two faculty members will serve on a panel discussion following the screening of the PBS film “Cuba: The Forgotten Revolution” on Saturday.
Composer Annea Lockwood set fire to a defunct upright piano in Dunn Meadow on Wednesday as an avant-garde musical performance.
Media School Dean Jim Shanahan talks to Media School associate professor Joan Hawkins about Wounded Galaxies: 1968 – Beneath the Paving Stones, the Beach is a festival and symposium.
Michael Kruse is the latest guest to speak to professor of practice Tom French’s Behind the Prize class, which hosts prize-winning professional journalists as weekly lecturers.
Seniors Allie Hitchcock and Sara Miller’s paper, “A Torrent Suspended in Midstream: The Short Life and Long Death of McClure’s Magazine,” was accepted to the AEJMC/AJHA conference.
Senior Carley Lanich placed third, and junior Nyssa Kruse placed eighth in the Hearst Enterprise Reporting Competition.
Kevin Driscoll, an expert in electronic bulletin board systems, will talk about his new book and the grassroots origins of social media.
The director serves as the chief executive officer for the Indiana Daily Student and its digital formats, the Arbutus yearbook and supplemental media including a student-produced magazine.
Jülide Etem and Jingjing Han received the awards, which are intended to help them complete their doctoral degrees.