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News and Events
The Communication and the Arts Graduate Student Association invites current students to a Professional Development Workshop on March 22.
Dr. Ruth Tsuria is a recipient of a prestigious award from the Religion in Society Research Network.
Inviting listeners to pick from a music menu, SHUFFLE Concert delivers an intimate experience with various genres of music.
The Denver Jazz Club Youth All Stars bring creative, New Orleans and Chicago style jazz music to SOPAC on March 20, 2018.
The College of Communication and the Arts shared best practices for applying to graduate school and tips for securing graduate assistantships during the University’s recent Graduate Open House.
Ibrahim Shafau shares why he chose a M.A. in Museum Professions with a concentration in Museum Management.
On Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 8-10, the SHU Music Program will once again host the annual piano and strings sale.
Adding to its accolades as one of the best radio stations in the nation, student-run WSOU was inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Seton Hall and SOMA present the student and alumni program to be screened at the annual festival coming up on March 18.
More than 75 University community members gathered on February 15 for “Ethically Speaking: Is There Hope for Civil Discourse in America?.”
The College of Communication and the Arts will hold an interactive discussion during the University’s Graduate Open House on February 24.
Folk art exhibition and event series celebrates the late Professor Emerita Barbara Cate.
Prof. Paul Christiansen publishes book that details effect of music on viewers in presidential campaign ads since 1952.
Communication and the Arts opens sports media series with animated dialogue among leading baseball media professionals.
The Mock Trial team has won again, solidifying its place as a Top 100 team and qualifying for the Open Round Championship.
“Ethically Speaking: Is There Hope for Civil Discourse in America?” will be held on Thursday, February 15.
WSOU's "Thank God for Monday" presents a 3-part series on sexual harassment prevention with host Brother Greg Cellini.
Exclusive speaker series blends journalist advice with panel discussions lead by sports industry professionals.
The College of Communication and the Arts welcomed Spring 2018 incoming students at Graduate Student Orientation on January 13.