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Beluga vs. GroupMe: This year’s FourSquare vs. Gowalla

March 24, 2011 by | Beyond Dodge

Group messaging, not surprisingly, is the specialty of two popular, competing apps, GroupMe and Beluga.  These apps each ask you to define a small circle of friends whose phone numbers, email addresses, and/or Twitter handles you already know, and provides a quick, seamless method for sending each of the group members a short message.  Each

Reports from SXSW

March 22, 2011 by | Beyond Dodge

Finally home! After an exciting, stimulating, absolutely exhausting week in Austin, Texas for the South by Southwest Interactive conference, I excited to write that I have lots of interesting trends in technology, social media, and education to share with you all.  It's an impossible experience to capture, far more physically strenuous than I would have

Chapman Students Make Documentaries in Singapore

February 14, 2011 by | Beyond Dodge

Want to travel the world and make documentaries about everything under the sun?  Then Chapman is the place for you.  Here a quick recap of what Professor Sally Rubin did with students in January 2011: Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 THE 7 DEADLY SINS: A CROSS CULTURAL DOCUMENTARY COURSE IN SINGAPORE

What’s Happening this Interterm?

January 7, 2011 by | News

Like many colleges and universities, Chapman University and Dodge College take a very welcome, two-week long break for the winter holidays following the end of classes and exams in December every year.  By this time, students have already registered and class schedules mostly finalized for the Spring semester, starting the first week in February. However,

Destination: Africa 2010 Screening Tonight

December 2, 2010 by | Beyond Dodge

Tonight, Professor Jeff Swimmer’s International Documentary class, Destination: Africa, will screen its 2010 program, “Our Hopes, Our Future” in the Folino at 7PM. The inter-disciplinary, international documentary program “Destination: Africa”, led by Professor Jeff Swimmer, sends students around the world with cameras to profile leading human rights and development organizations. Participating students are from the Dodge

DGA Student Open House

October 7, 2010 by | Beyond Dodge

Know any students interested in breaking into the directing biz in Hollywood? Yeah, I thought you might.  We’ve just received notice that a really exciting event is happening this weekend, at the DGA (Director’s Guild of America) in Los Angeles.  The DGA is hosting a luncheon described as a “Student Open House & Networking Lunch

Social Media Day

June 30, 2010 by | Beyond Dodge

That’s right – after hearing, living, and sharing social media for the past few years, the world’s online community has finally birthed a day of special recognition for the burgeoning field of social media, cleverly titled “Social Media Day.” What is it?  Essentially, it’s a non-government-affiliated holiday, featuring “meetups” (the godchild of last year’s “tweetups”)

Chapman Ad Club takes 1st place at Nationals

June 11, 2010 by | Kudos!

Chapman University’s Ad Club just won the entire NSAC competition, placing first at the National level!  Congratulations to the entire team, faculty advisor Cory O’Connor, and the dedicated Chapman fans throughout the campus: you’ve all worked so hard – you deserve it! What is the NSAC?  It’s the National Student Advertising Competition, a national program

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