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December 4th, 2013

COM in the News: November 2013

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Health Elizabeth Mehren Professor, Journalism Boston Globe, Parents overly involved in college students’ lives (11/09/13)WBUR “CommonHealth”, Marty Walsh’s Childhood Cancer: Curable Here, Not So Easy In Africa (11/12/13) Media Christopher Cakebread Master Lecturer Yahoo! Shine, Kmart Offends and Delights With Controversial Underwear Ad (11/19/13) Thomas Fiedler Dean, College of Communication Professor of the Practice, Journalism […]

November 13th, 2013

COM alumna receives 2013 Pathbreaker Award


An estimated 100,000 American children are exploited through sex trafficking every year in the United States. To recognize a national leader in the fight to end sex trafficking, Shared Hope International will present one of its three 2013 Pathbreaker Awards to Husch Blackwell Partner Cynthia L. Cordes (’01) . Cordes recently joined the firm’s Government […]

November 1st, 2013

COM in the News: October 2013


Media Edward Boches Professor of the Practice, Advertising Boston Globe, Santander aims for US acceptance with a new media campaign (10/26/13) John Carroll Assistant Professor, Mass Communication NECN, Broadside: Mass. 5th Congressional primary ads (10/15/13)Brockton Enterprise News, 4 things to watch for in tonight’s Brockton mayoral debate (10/16/13)WBUR “Radio Boston”, Boston Mayor’s Race Has Few […]

October 1st, 2013

COM in the News: September 2013


Media Deborah Jaramillo Assistant Professor, Film & Television Arizona Republic, 20 years on, ‘X-Files’ truth still out there (9/3/13) Caryl Rivers Professor, Journalism Los Angeles Times, You can’t work and watch the kids too (9/30/13) Tammy Vigil Assistant Professor, Communication, Twitter: The angriest site on the Internet? (9/22/13) Robert Zelnick Professor, Journalism NBC “Nightly […]

September 1st, 2013

COM in the News: August 2013


Media Tobe Berkovitz Assistant Professor, Mass Communication The Boston Globe, Deal raises concerns on editorial freedom (8/4/13)McClatchy Newspapers, GOP head objects to networks’ plans for Hillary Clinton dramas (8/5/13)Bloomberg, RNC Pledges Debate Ban Over Network Clinton Programs (8/5/13), Drudge: Megyn Kelly Set to Replace Sean Hannity on Fox Prime-Time (8/9/13)Boston Magazine, Florida—Yes, That Florida—Is Trying […]

August 1st, 2013

COM in the News: July 2013

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