Professor and Chair of the Journalism department Janet Kolodzy weighed in for Fox5NY on the news that Instyle and Entertainment Weekly magazines will no longer print their content, and will be digital only.
Berg wants people to know that tap is a modern form of art and happening today.
Writing, Literature, and Publishing professor and author Jabari Asim joined the Boston Globe’s Black News Hour to discuss his writing and new work Yonder, which follows the lives of six men and women, five of which are enslaved, in the mid-1800s South.
Chair of the Communications Studies department Greg Payne spoke with WalletHub in advance of the Olympic games, which begin February 4 in Beijing, China. He discussed the significance of sponsorships, retail, and branding on this prolific global stage.
Chair of the Communications Studies department Greg Payne contributed to a Globe article examining Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s anti-vaccine history.
Performing Arts Senior Artist-in-Residence Ted Hewlett shared his perspective on the role intimacy directors play in the entertainment industry, as their presence has grown in recent years.
Writing, Literature, and Publishing professor Jabari Asim spoke on WBUR’s Radio Boston program about his new book Yonder, which follows the lives of six men and women, five of which are enslaved, in the South in the mid 1800s.
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In 1915, pastor John Chilembwe led an uprising against British rule in what is now Malawi.
Trespicio talked about the genesis of the book, the power of personal stories, and what we can learn from the octopus.
The album “delights the ear as the band travels down surprising avenues and alleys, not to mention sidewalks and backyards.”