Fiction, non-fiction, serious and satirical — faculty and staff have you covered on what to pick up this summer.
Journalism Associate Professor Tim Riley has two reviews out in Copper Magazine.
Trevor McLean ’22 was on the winning team of this year’s GlobCom, an annual international public relations competition held June 2-5 that asks students to work together with peers around the world to solve a PR problem.
Dr. Charles Steinberg, director of the College’s sports communication program and president of the Worcester Red Sox, spoke to the New York Times about Neil Diamond’s 1969 hit “Sweet Caroline,” which is experiencing a resurgence overseas, at the Euro 2020 soccer tournament at England’s Wembley Stadium.
The Congressional Black Caucus should lobby the Biden administration to explore policies of debt relief, economic development and fair trade.
Should mummies whose linen wrappings have been removed be re-wrapped for sensitivity?
Success is judged by the client.
Marketing Communication associate professor Kristin Lieb writes for the academic news site The Conversation about pop stars and the shift from shedding clothes to sharing inner turmoil and trauma, citing the works of Billie Eilish and Demi Lovato, among others.
Stokes plans on majoring in political communication.
Their reporting led to immediate reforms, including suspensions, investigations, and reviews.