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Quintos '17 Interns at Nickelodeon

Gail Quintos '17 is spending her summer in Los Angeles, Calif., interning with the non-profit sector of The Television Academy, which works with students who aspire to work in the film and television industry. She is assigned to Nickelodeon's live-action casting department, which is responsible for hiring main actors, secondary actors and guest stars. "I've attended auditions, table reads, run-th...  More >>

More Emmy Nominations for Falchuk '93, L.H.D.'14

For the seventh year in a row, Brad Falchuk '93, L.H.D.'14 has seen his television projects honored with Emmy nominations, with "American Horror Story: Hotel" and "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story" each recently garnering multiple primetime and creative nominations. "American Horror Story: Hotel" has been nominated for eight Emmys (two primetime, six creative) and "The People v. O...  More >>

Lambos '18 Talks Pokémon on ABC News

During his internship with ABC News Channel 9's morning talk show "Bridge Street" in Syracuse, N.Y., Peter Lambos '18 works with the show's guests, pitches ideas for segments, handles social media posts and assists in production, editing and online distribution. He also found himself in front of the camera this week. "Recently, the app, Pokémon GO, has gone extremely viral and has become a global...  More >>

Friedman Follows Frankenstein to Switzerland

On the heels of the publication of his new book "Monstrous Progeny: A History of the Frankenstein Narratives," Professor of Media and Society Les Friedman has been selected as one of 25 visiting international scholars at the "Frankenstein's Shadow Symposium" in Geneva, Switzerland. Held almost 200 years after Mary Shelley initially conceived the idea for "Frankenstein," in nearly the precise plac...  More >>

Friedman Co-Authors Frankenstein Narrative History

In "Monstrous Progeny: A History of the Frankenstein Narratives," Professor of Media and Society Les Friedman and Professor of History Allison Kavey (City College of New York) trace the Frankenstein narrative from Mary Shelley's 1818 novel through its many adaptations to explore its enduring appeal across genres and eras. In "Monstrous Progeny," which will be published in June by Rutgers Universi...  More >>

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