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Animation team produces film for international autism awareness

It all began in October 2016 when Kevin McNulty, associate professor in the Department of Media Arts, and Guanping Zheng, director of the Confucius Institute, were invited to Qingdao University of Science and Technology in Quingdao, China, to participate in an animation film festival to raise autism awareness. The program, spearheaded by Qingdao’s University’s Dean […]

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Documentary prompts CPM screening and Q&A

A screening of  Shake ‘Em On Down: The Blues According To Fred McDowell was sponsored by the Center for Popular Music on Nov. 13.

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Gender representation and virtual reality mesh for teaching and research

Dr. Stephanie Dean, assistant professor in the Department of Media Arts, conducted an innovative experiment in gender and virtual reality in December in the Bragg Media and Entertainment Building.

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College supports “Shoot Like A Girl” war hero on campus

U.S. Air Force Maj. Mary Jennings “MJ” Hegar, a decorated combat search and rescue helicopter pilot in Afghanistan who also changed U.S. military policy, spoke in November to hundreds of students in the 221 McWherter lecture hall.

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Four students join Moo TV to help with Country Rising

Four students from Mike Forbes’s Media Arts 3090 Media Technology class were invited by Moo TV in Nashville to come to Bridgestone Arena to assist the head LED technicians for the Country Rising Benefit Concert on Nov. 12.

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Animation team places 8th among 183 in 24-hour test

Media Arts animation students won eighth place out of 183 international teams in this year’s 24 Hours Animation Contest.

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Operation Song sets military memories to music again

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Baldwin exhibit honors American heroes

When you step into The Baldwin Photographic Gallery for the exhibit AMERICAN HEROES: PORTRAITS OF SERVICE, try not to feel emotional, proud and grateful

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Free chocolate lures students to schedule advising

The College of Media and Entertainment’s Advising Center recently held “Chocolate Therapy with the Advising Office” in the Bragg Building’s Main Street.

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Future of Journalism Education Roundtable draws a crowd

The School of Journalism hosted a Future of Journalism Education Roundtable in October in the Bragg Media and Entertainment Building.

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Rhodes professor shares racial inequality’s musical impact

History professor and author Charles Hughes lectured on the impact racial inequality had on country and soul musicians during the 1960s and 1970s on Oct. 30 in the Bragg Media and Entertainment Building. Hughes is a professor of history at Rhodes College in Memphis, and his book, “Country Soul: Making Music and Making Race in […]

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Leadership Music and Reba convene in the Bragg Building

The Department of Recording Industry hosted 50 members of the Leadership Music Class of 2018 on Oct. 20 in the Bragg Media and Entertainment Building.

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