Sullivan previously wrote about Strauss in his book Jeans: a Cultural History of an American Icon.
Hunter Harris talks about being a journalist-turned-screenwriter-turned actress.
Students in faculty Maria Scott’s media relations class this semester worked with St. Anthony Shrine, a Franciscan Catholic community in downtown Boston, to highlight their counseling and social services.
Students have focused on Unmuted, a six-part anthology docuseries exploring worldwide social issues that women face.
As a medical speech language pathologist, Assistant Professor Lindsay Griffin specializes in research and clinical care of a vital function that is often taken for granted or misunderstood.
Assistant Professor Deion Hawkins writes about the future of Black Twitter, particularly in the context of police brutality and racism, now that Elon Musk owns Twitter.
Stokes has a goal of continuing her entertainment career and being a U.S. ambassador.
What international experience most transformed you, and why?
“Being able to interview him really enforces that ideal of journalism [being] for the people… Together, we can build a better future.”
The midterms experimented with Black-led state campaigns with the potential to address the pocketbook issues of the community.