No – that title isn't a typo. Today, Apple announced a new plan to bring textbooks to the masses for a hard-cap price of $15 — via tablets. While initially targeted at the grade school level, if their wild new approach works, you can bet University classes won't be far behind. But, not everyone is
Social-media loving students, listen up! Facebook is making major, major, changes to your profile, with yesterday's announcement of the new Timeline profile, which has been in development for several years, and was announced earlier at the F8 conference in the Spring. The feature allows users to collect their 'life story' in a much more
Reporting on a recent national survey by social media analytics firm Jobvine, Read Write Web today highlighted some very interesting facts for new and current job seekers. New data suggest that More than 15% of job seekers get hired through social networks. Take a moment to reflect on that – that's 1 in 6 people!
Nicholas Ozeki (MFA.FP.DR/’08), is nominated for the Someone to Watch Award for the 2012 Film Independent Spirit Awards for his film Mamitas. The nominations for the 27th Film Independent’s Spirit Awards were announced this morning in Los Angeles, with “The Artist” and “Take Shelter” leading the pack with 5 nominations apiece, followed by “Drive” and
Submit Your Story! Attention new students – here's a great opportunity to get your voice out on the web, and to write for the Dodge College blog: As the first month of classes comes to an end, and you've begun settling into some kind of sleep-class-work routine, we here at Dodge College are really interested
The Film Studies program here at Dodge College is preparing for a really exciting year. With one of the largest application pools and total enrollments for the program, Professor Nam Lee, and our newest faculty member Emily Carman, are spearheading a new chapter for film studies at Chapman University. To start the new year off