August 15, 2018
  • 2018

    From SNL to the White House

    The current era of American politics is extremely unpredictable. All three branches of government are subject to volatile circumstances. But for reporters like Rich ...
  • 2018

    Next Stop: the Big Screen

    Long before the short film he wrote and starred in, “Page One,” debuted in film festivals, Tarik Davis was covering games for the Newark ...
  • 2018

    Marketing to Millennials

    Rachel Ehrenberg is sitting on a bench inside the School of Communication and Information. She adjusts her blazer and quickly taps her heels on ...

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SC&I plans new home for campus media

By Jade McClain — Cramped classrooms, outdated equipment and peeling walls mark the end of an era for the School of Communication and Information (SC&I) as plans for a new $95 million technology-driven building take

Patrizia Di Maria, right, with ex-intern (now director) Lauren Quinn, a 2001 grad, producing the Lady Gaga show. Photo provided by Patrizia Di Maria

Graduate handles top names in music

By Sylvia Meredith When Lady Gaga took the stage at the South by Southwest music festival and conference in Austin, Texas, in March, producing her concert was Patrizia DiMaria, J/MS 1998, a nationally recognized producer