Welcome!

September 24, 2010 by | Admissions

Welcome to my blog!   My name is Lauren Hertel and I am the Admissions Coordinator here at Dodge College. I am really excited about getting this blog started, and having a space to discuss our admissions process. My goal is to post information or tips every week, but feel free to comment any time

Industry Insiders Dinners

September 23, 2010 by | Programs

Of all the many things you learn in the classrooms, editing suites, and backlots here at Dodge College, the most important of them is something you can’t even learn from a textbook: networking. As we all know, nearly every media industry today functions at least to some degree on the associations and contacts industry professionals

Check-In at Dodge

September 17, 2010 by | News

Today, location-based sharing service FourSquare just announced a new program called "FourSquare Universities," which offers – not surprisingly – a platform for major Universities and Colleges to create venues, promotions, specialized tips, and crafted landing pages. What is FourSquare? FourSquare – commonly abbreviated 4sq – is a social media service at its heart, a way

STUDENT INTERVIEW: KIRA INNES

September 17, 2010 by | TV Writing / Production

CURRENT STUDENT INTERVIEW: KIRA INNES   What is your major and when will you graduate? I’m a double major in Television and PR/Ad. I graduate in May of 2011!   What is your ultimate career goal? I am extremely passionate about scripted television. During my time at Chapman, I was able to intern in a

In Search of Dodge College Stories

September 10, 2010 by | Uncategorized

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

HISTORY IS FUN…WHEN IT’S HISTORY OF TELEVISION

September 9, 2010 by | TV Writing / Production

It's been said that history is just one damned thing after another.  But when it comes to History of Television, it's one super cool thing after another.  Today in class we watched clips from: The Ed Sullivan Show, including musical performances by Elvis Presley (and his swivelling hips), The Beatles, The Doors, James Brown, The

Heal the Gulf raises funds for cleanup

September 1, 2010 by | News

  By Scott Tittrington scott@theacorn.com HELPFUL ARTIST— Thousand Oaks resident and wildlife artist Jerry Sawitz designed a T-shirt with his original artwork. He is selling the shirts online to raise money to restore the Gulf.RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn NewspapersJerry Sawitz knows a little something about the creative process. A world-renowned wildlife artist whose work has appeared in

ANOTHER CHAPMAN TV SUCCESS STORY

August 31, 2010 by | TV Writing / Production

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Film Studies Club!

August 30, 2010 by | Uncategorized

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