School of Communication

School of Communication News


  • Class goes fowl

     Associate Professor Tulasi Srinivas's class is going to the birds!

  • Student food blog sizzles

    Nisreen Galloway ’14 hopes her new website, SimmerMagazine.com, will become the go-to authority for young adults looking for dazzling dining experiences.

  • Class adopts family for holidays

    More than 30 students in the Global Marketing Communication and Advertising graduate program have purchased gifts for a financially struggling family living in Boston.

  • Students complete top political internships

    Political Communication majors Kate Lagreca ’14 and Xakota Espinoza ’14 participated in some of the most high-profile political internships in the country.

  • Srinivas to study globalization on religion

    Tulasi Srinivas, associate professor of communication studies, has been chosen for a fellowship to study the forces of globalization on religion.

  • Student polling club looks at Sen. Kerry's seat

    A student polling club says Governor Deval Patrick has a strong chance to win U.S. Senator John Kerry's seat in a special election. The group surveyed 10,000 homes in Massachusetts.

  • Alumna heads to Morocco with Peace Corps

    Well-traveled alumna Jennan Al-Hamdouni '09 will spend two years in Morocco with the Peace Corps.

  • Student works as volunteer firefighter over break

    Students sad that winter break is coming to a close are telling us about their extracurricular excursions on social media—everything from inventing a new cookie recipe to making a difference in their communities.

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