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News and Events
College of Communication and the Arts' faculty members weigh in on how the global pandemic is shaping artists and audiences.
Professor Ines Murzaku shares historical and theological perspectives on how the Church has engaged public health challenges.
Professor BJ Schecter and Assistant Professor Branden Buehler discuss how COVID-19 is affecting the sports media industry.
Graduate Studies within the College of Communication and the Arts introduces new webinar series to connect with students.
Undergraduate Field Production class completes community outreach project profiling the service of Reverend Terry Richardson.
Professor James Kimble published in The Washington Post “The real lesson of World War II for mobilizing against covid-19."
The Buccino Leadership Institute has received more than $7 million in gifts to develop the next generation of leaders.
Monisha Bernard, a M.A. candidate in the Museum Professions program, recaps the beginning of her two-year internship at the Newark Museum of Art.
Wilnir Louis, sport management major, sports media minor and WSOU station manager, receives a Ria’s Rising Stars Scholarship.
Bob Ley '76, whose career at ESPN spanned 40 years, stepped out of retirement to provide play-by-play coverage on WSOU 89.5.
Professors James J. Kimble and Matthew Pressman co-wrote an essay on the iconic Iwo Jima flag-raising photo from World War II.
Students in the Lambda Pi Eta Honor Society aim to collect 700 books for underprivileged students.
WSOU will honor Bob Ley in a pre-game reception and on-court ceremony as the Pirates face St. John's at the Prudential Center.
The 9th Annual Faculty Talent Show is an evening of fun and entertainment for a good cause.
The Living Word Project, an evening of performances and original poetry, is now available for viewing online.
A recent graduate, Sean Quinn already makes use of his M.A. in public relations degree.
Generous partnership with the Rockley Family Foundation makes instruments available to Seton Hall music program.
Walsh Gallery Director and alumna Jeanne Brasile has curated a new exhibition, “Gregory Coates: Sheer Audacity.”
Fiction writer Téa Obreht will read on Thursday, April 30th at 4:00 p.m. in the Chancellor’s Suite.
Fiction writer Kirstin Valdez Quade will read on Monday, March 23rd at 4 p.m. in the Faculty Lounge.
The Board of Regents recently approved funding for significant equipment upgrades to the campus television studio.
On January 22, the CommArts Honor Alumni Mentor Partners (CHAMP) ushered in its 10th year with a kick-off event.
Ruth Tsuria, Ph.D., has been selected for her work “Conservative Judaism in the Digital Age.”