The Bright Lights Cinema Series will screen the film Israelism on February 1, 2024, after being postponed from its original screening date in November 2023.
Journalism professor Paul Mihailidis weighed in for a Stateline article examining media literacy education integration in public schools in the U.S.
Marketing Communication faculty and sociocultural anthropologist Carol Ferrara co-writes about the implications of the recent elimination of the state contract for the Averroes school in France, the largest Muslim school under agreement.
Interim Dean of Graduate & Professional Studies and professor Kim McLarin, a contributor the GBH program Basic Black, spoke about the effect and implications of former Harvard President Claudine Gay’s resignation after a brief time in the role.
The College’s Vice President for Equity and Social Justice writes that former Harvard President Claudine Gay’s departure from the role she held so briefly is about social control.
Faculty Tim Riley recently examined the film Maestro, starring Bradley Cooper as Leonard Bernstein, and author Ray Padgett’s Pledging My Time: Conversations with Bob Dylan Band Members.
Journalism faculty Paul Niwa spoke to the Globe about a TV news channel launching in 2024, with AI leading the broadcasts.
President Jay Bernhardt is included in the Boston Business Journal’s New Leaders of 2023 piece, alongside Claudine Gay (Harvard), Sally Kornbluth (MIT), Sunil Kumar (Tufts), and Javier Reyes (UMass Amherst).
Visual and Media Arts associate professor and filmmaker Owen Egerton contributed to the article “We all had a favorite Christmas movie as kids. Rewatching as an adult, things can get weird.”
Journalism affiliated faculty, WBZ anchor/reporter, and alum David Wade ’95 recently filmed a promotion for WBZ on the importance of developing the skills of tomorrow’s journalists.