Graduation is Here, and it’s Time to Say Goodbye—and Be Grateful

With graduation fast-approaching, seniors are inundated with every emotion: bittersweet nostalgia, pride, and anticipation for the future. They’re yearning to make their mark on the world, while wishing to relive freshman year (for just a day). They’re ready to embark on a new beginning, but not entirely ready to close this chapter. In other words, graduating seniors are feeling all the feels—and rightly… Read More

Advertising Students Win Silver and Bronze Pencils at the 2018 One Show

Sadie Devane and Jackie Wu—master’s in advertising students from Edward Boches’ portfolio development class, won a Silver Pencil for their campaign, “Same Day” at the 2018 One Show. All student nominees representing Boston University submitted work to The Young Ones Social Brief, the only competition category to focus primarily on social causes. This year’s topic addressed opioid overdose awareness and prevention…. Read More

Film and Television Alum Turned Young Adult Author

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

Wes Palmer and Melissa Bennett Win Top Prizes For Their Films

At the Boston Redstones on March 31st, Wes Palmer (’17) nabbed top prize for directing The Boswell Incident, a science-fiction comedy about a young deputy sheriff forced to launch an investigation after her ex-boyfriend’s brother is abducted by aliens. The film, which drew the most laughs of the evening, also won best screenplay, by Luke… Read More