Current Student, Veronica Monahan, Media Management ‘20, has launched her current project, The Able Project, and her media consulting firm, VMCommunications, is in the middle of switching from a sole proprietorship to a non-profit business. This launch has led to the construction of a website,
Current Media Studies student Gabriel G Torres will be participating as a panelist on a session about Mediums + Formats at Theatre of The Uncertainty International Online Gathering to discuss the making of Distant Bodies, a double season experimental film series created in collaboration with the LGBT
SMS Student Anna Gedal’s Short Documentary Film “Dreamland” Was Selected for Coney Island Film Festival
Anna Gedal’s, MA Media Studies ’21, short documentary film, “Dreamland,” exploring the rise and fall of the eponymous early-20th-century Coney Island amusement park was selected for the Coney Island Film Festival, which runs September 22 – October 7, 2020. She’ll be joining a live Q&A on Sunday,
During the pandemic, Matthew Ray, MA Media Studies, ’21, and other queer creatives interviewed other LGBTQIA folks on topics like their business, dating life, pop culture loves, and evolving social habits. They’ve packaged the interviews into a new podcast, Queerona.
Guillermina Zabala Suarez has been selected as the first recipient of the Bishwanath and Sandhya Sinha Memorial Fellowship in Media Studies for the academic year 2020 – 2021. Guillermina is a second year student in the masters program with a strong interest in social justice issues, human
Jiji Majiri Ugboma, MS Media Management ’21, recently wrote a feature article for Eater/Vox on the ongoing feud among Nigerians and Ghanians about Jollof Rice — a dish native to West Africa. She also explores the history of Jollof and its cultural significance.