Orange is the New Apple

January 22, 2015 by | Programs

24 students. 12 days. 2 cities. 1 incredible adventure. Led by our fearless leader, Pete Weitzner, “Networking in New York and DC” is a travel course dedicated to creating networking opportunities for broadcast journalism students. It’s a perfect glimpse into the world of television. For me, taking this class has been a dream since freshman

Dodge College is Ready to Take On Sundance

January 13, 2015 by | Beyond Dodge

We are just little less than a week away from the start of the 2015 Sundance Film Festival and I couldn’t be more excited! Last year was an amazing year for Dodge College alumni at Sundance and Slamdance, and I am looking forward this year being no different. At Sundance, Erika Cohn (BFA/Film Production ’05)

On Second Thought Helps Recall Regretful Texts

January 9, 2015 by | Alumni

We’ve all send a text or two that we regret. Even now, as I am writing this, I can think of a handful that make me question why I am allowed access to my phone during certain parts of my life. Wouldn’t it be great if there was some way we could recall those messages

Akin Ceylan offers up Career Advice

December 15, 2014 by | Events

Earlier this week, I had the great fortune to attend the keynote address of Chapman University’s Student Research Day. The speaker was Akin C. Ceylan, COO Home Entertainment, Lionsgate Entertainment, and Chapman University alumnus, Class of 1990. It was a great speech and I wanted to share some of the career advice Ceylan offered our

Join Us For Project W: Stories of Women Creating Change

December 4, 2014 by | Events

Please join us on Thursday, December 11 at 7PM in the Folino Theater for Project W. We will be screening a few social issue documentaries profiling inspiring women leaders across the country. These women are creating change through stories of courage in the face of adversity. We will be screening the following films: UNFINISHED BUSINESS

The Real Thing: A Love Story For Dreamers

December 3, 2014 by | Programs

Wandering the halls of Marion Knott Studios, you often come across some pretty amazing things. Just a few weeks ago, I happened to walk past Stage A, and saw a spectacular set being built. It had a very dream-like quality, with a brilliant blue background, white fluffy clouds, and a hot air balloon. I had