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6ABC: Deshpande Discusses ‘Boyhood’

6ABC: Deshpande Discusses ‘Boyhood’

Brock Koller ’05 reviewed Boyhood, a film that captures a coming-of-age story that was shot over a 12-year period, for 6ABC. Koller, a student of Dr. Shekhar Deshpande, professor and chair […]

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Guest Lecturer, Author Talks Nation Branding With Students

Guest Lecturer, Author Talks Nation Branding With Students

By JASMINE L. HENDERSON ’15 “Nation” may conjure a multitude of images: a country’s flag, food, subcultures, patriotism, innovations—any number of things that define experiences within its boundaries. The word […]

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0 commentsApril 30, 2014 at 3:41 pmCampus News

Nollywood (Cinema from Nigeria) Expert Lectures at Arcadia University, April 9, 11

Nollywood (Cinema from Nigeria) Expert Lectures at Arcadia University, April 9, 11

Akpor Otebele, an expert on Nollywood (cinema from Nigeria) and director of the Arusha African Film Festival, will lecture at Arcadia University on an overview of African cinema using specific examples of Nollywood features, practices, […]

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0 commentsApril 7, 2014 at 1:20 pmCampus News

April 2: Writers Return to Campus Series Presents Documentary Film ‘Mona Lisa is Missing’

April 2: Writers Return to Campus Series Presents Documentary Film ‘Mona Lisa is Missing’

Arcadia University’s Writers Return to Campus Series presents the independent film Mona Lisa Is Missing, written and directed by Joe Medeiros and produced by alumna Justine Mestichelli Medeiros. The film […]

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0 commentsMarch 31, 2014 at 2:56 pmEvents

April 10: Aronczyk Presents ‘Branding the Nation: The Global Business of National Identity’

April 10: Aronczyk Presents ‘Branding the Nation: The Global Business of National Identity’

The International Public Relations program and the Office of University Communications will welcome Dr. Melissa Aronczyk, assistant professor in the School of Communication and Information at Rutgers University, for a […]

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0 commentsMarch 20, 2014 at 4:36 pmEvents

Frances Dumlao ’15 Helps Launch Magazine

Frances Dumlao ’15 Helps Launch Magazine

The challenge of launching a magazine thrust Frances Dumlao ’15 into the world of graphic design and allowed her to see London through the eyes of Londoners. This was all […]

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0 commentsJanuary 13, 2014 at 4:33 pmScholarly & Creative Study Abroad

Retter ’16 Has USA Today College Writing Cited in U.S. News & World Report

Retter ’16 Has USA Today College Writing Cited in U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World Report recently quoted Jennifer Retter ’16 in its Nov. 15 University Directory article, “Living at Home Not As Bad As Some Students May Think.” On Nov. […]

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0 commentsJanuary 2, 2014 at 11:41 amIn the News Students in the News

Frances Dumlao ’15: ‘Why I Am Studying Abroad in London Again’

Frances Dumlao ’15: ‘Why I Am Studying Abroad in London Again’

Frances Dumlao ’15, a global media major who participated in the First-Year Study Abroad Experience, is in the midst of her second semester of study abroad. In her blog post, “Why I […]

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0 commentsNovember 6, 2013 at 12:04 pmStudy Abroad

Huffington Post: Atkins Explores a Troublesome Aspect of the Federal Media Shield Law

Huffington Post: Atkins Explores a Troublesome Aspect of the Federal Media Shield Law

Larry Atkins, journalist and adjunct professor of media and communication, explains and critiques an amendment to the Free Flow of Information Act, the third federal shield law that Congress has […]

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Video: Noakes and Dwyer Discuss Snowden, Surveillance, and National Security

Video: Noakes and Dwyer Discuss Snowden, Surveillance, and National Security

By JEN RETTER ’16 In June, The Guardian and The Washington Post published proof of top-secret surveillance programs operated by the National Security Agency (NSA), the largest intelligence agency in […]

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0 commentsJuly 22, 2013 at 10:53 amScholarly & Creative