Star-Studded Summer Internship

With an office location on Sunset Blvd. and clients like Will Ferrell and January Jones, Kelley Hartmann '16 is living the "California dream" this summer. Hartmann is spending her summer in West Hollywood, Calif. interning with Luke Esselen '11 at Mosaic Media Group. "It's so different than anything I've ever done before," says Hartmann, an English and media and society double major. "The whole H...  More >>

Fitzgerald '14 Lands 5th Avenue Job

Fresh out of college, Siobhan Fitzgerald '14 has landed a full-time position at Saks Fifth Avenue, a designer retail outlet located in Manhattan. As an employee at the company's Fifth Avenue Club, Fitzgerald is tasked with helping managers conduct customer service responsibilities and maintaining client relationships that are vital to the company. The Saks Fifth Avenue chain is represented intern...  More >>

Shafer Discusses “Seinfeld” at 25

Assistant Professor of Media and Society Leah Shafer was recently interviewed for a segment on HuffPost Live about the 25th anniversary of the premiere of NBC's "Seinfeld." Hosted by Josh Zepps, the segment looked at the legacy of the show. Other guests included James Poniewozik, TIME columnist, and Todd VanDerWerff, the culture editor for Vox. The full discussion can be seen online. Zepps not...  More >>

Young Adulterated Final Pilot Released

The final pilot of "Young Adulterated," a 10-part film series written, directed, and filmed by Steve Gemmiti '14, was released on the project's website on June 3. Nearly twice as long and more refined than the series premiere shown at The Smith Opera House in April, Gemmiti explains this new release is "Finally representative of the product I knew it could be--and it's only just the beginning. We...  More >>

Eyle '15 Starts Radio Show in Spain

Maximilian Eyle '15 is the writer, producer, editor and host behind a new English language radio program about study abroad experiences that aired in Barcelona, Spain. Titled "The Iberian Injection-Your Show Away From Home" and recorded at the Colleges' radio station WEOS-FM, Eyle's weekly radio show recently ran in a series of eight, half-hour programs. "It can be described as a reflection show,...  More >>

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