Category: Student Work

EMS students helped launch a website for a local organization

Emerging Media Studies students Yiyan Zhang (’17), Xiaoshuang Guo (’17), Jingru Cao (’17) and Xueying Pan (’17) helped launch a website for Mass Farmers Markets (MFM), a nonprofit organization that supports farmers’ markets in Massachusetts. The website was a part of a design project for EM757 User-Producers 2.0: Developing Interactivity, in which students are expected… Read More

Check Out Advertising Student Works from Spring 2017

Advertising students at the College of Communication leave with more than a degree. They leave with a portfolio of professional work in areas of art direction, copywriting and strategy. To see student portfolios from the Spring 2017 semester, visit the personal websites listed below. Art Direction Laura Bailey, Isabella Bolivar, Elisabeth Bowerman,… Read More

Gay Couple, Surrogate Mother Subject of COM Student’s New Documentary

Rachel Segall gave her old college friend, Erik Mercer, the most selfless and generous gift possible—she carried a baby for him and his husband. Even more remarkable: the happily married mother of three teenagers was in her late 40s at the time and insisted on doing it for free. And then she volunteered to carry… Read More

BUTV10 wins Two 2016 Telly Awards

BUTV10 won a Bronze and its first-­ever Silver Telly in the 37th Annual Telly Awards. This is BUTV10’s twelfth Telly Award since 2008. On That Point, a current events discussion show, received a Bronze Telly for their coverage of the Syrian Refugee Crisis. Paper Trail received a Silver Telly for the series finale about a group… Read More

Grad student competes in Puerto Rican film festival

For seven days each April, movie enthusiasts gather in Puerto Rico to watch comedies, documentaries and short films at the Rincón International Film Festival. Ramón Torres Santa, a filmmaker, first-year graduate student and native Puerto Rican, showed his 2015 short film “Panorama” Friday at the festival. “It’s a story about two guys talking at the… Read More

Megan Smith (’16) sheds light on human trafficking

Scholarship recipient and journalism student Megan Smith (’16) is shedding light on human trafficking by telling stories of survivors through research and video testimony. This journalistic storytelling endeavor will make for a personal way to educate people of what human trafficking looks like today. Smith’s project — a website that compiles all of her work… Read More

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