The College of Communication welcomes Vibha Bakshi (’93,’96) and Luis Alberto (Albi) Ferré Rangel (’90) to participate in COM’s 2018 convocation ceremonies. Bakshi, a director and producer, will give the address at the undergraduate convocation on May 18 at 9 a.m. at Agganis Arena (925 Commonwealth Avenue). Ferré Rangel, editor-in-chief of GFR Media in Puerto… Read More
Brian Engles (’13), a graduate of the film and television program, has written his first novel, Wildball, published in April by Black Rose Writing. How long have you known that you’ve wanted to be an author? Are you still interested in a career in film and television? I’ve wanted to be a writer since I was a… Read More
“Good Time,” written by Josh Safdie (’07) and Ronald Bronstein (’08), is a bitterly realistic drama with only one leap out of the narrative framework into a flashback, but, in its images and its tone, it streaks and smears and shreds the screen with a sense of furious subjectivity—that of its characters and of its… Read More
Watching the CEO of America’s Test Kitchen carefully peel a ginger root, one thing is clear: David Nussbaum is no professional chef. A media veteran who founded his own trade magazine before he turned 30, Nussbaum (COM’79) stands in the bustling main test kitchen at the Brookline-based company, watching intently as a professional chef—one of… Read More
It starts with a sound: footsteps on a metal staircase, or the choke of an engine. A siren’s wail follows, or an eerie xylophone. Then a voice comes in with an ominous message. No more than 15 seconds has passed, but looking away is no longer an option. That’s the goal for Adam Finkelstein (COM’09),… Read More
Meet Emerging Media Studies alum, Serena Bronda. Serena is #girlboss and PR queen who landed a job at Eataly Boston right out of the EMS program. Now transitioning to a career at a PR healthcare agency, she provides us with her advice about networking in Boston and the Emerging Media Studies program. Q: Where are you… Read More
Sanaz Tahernia (’17) interviews 2017 Commencement speaker and DreamWorks Animation president Bonnie Arnold (’78). Read more about Bonnie Arnold’s career story.