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Margaret Davidson '80 Leading Asher Agency's New Indy Office

April 15, 2014

Margaret Davidson, a 1980 graduate of DePauw University, has joined Asher Agency as vice president of strategic development and will lead the full-service... Read More

Former Prof. Dave Congalton's New Film, Authors Anonymous, Opens Next Weekend

April 12, 2014

Authors Anonymous, a new film written by Dave Congalton, is "a validation of the dream I had," he tells the Chicago Tribune. "Born in New Jersey, Congalton... Read More

Transition to Mainstream Network May Be Tricky for Stephen Colbert, Says Prof. Jeff McCall '76

April 11, 2014

Stephen Colbert will face challenges when he takes over David Letterman's late night CBS program next year, reports the Christian Science Monitor.  Gloria... Read More

Ken Owen '82 to Moderate Panel at 2014 O'Bannon Institute for Community Service

April 9, 2014

Ken Owen, executive director of media relations at DePauw and 1982 graduate of the University, will moderate a panel discussion at the eleventh annual... Read More

Cultural Observer & Bestselling Author Sarah Vowell at DePauw on April 17

April 5, 2014

Sarah Vowell, the New York Times’ bestselling author of six nonfiction books on American history and culture, will come to DePauw University to address... Read More

Article on Noah's Opening Weekend Cites Media Studies Prof. Jeff McCall '76

April 1, 2014

The film Noah opened #1 at the box office last weekend, notes USA Today.  "Despite the solid opening and a thumbs-up from three-fourths of the nation's... Read More

DePauw Theatre Season Closes with Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors

March 31, 2014

DePauw Theatre presents a Wild West version of one of William Shakespeare’s early plays, The Comedy of Errors. The production opens Thursday, April 10... Read More

Inconsistencies in School Free-Expression Rulings Must Be Addressed, Writes Prof. Jeff McCall '76

March 30, 2014

"Public school administrators must have their heads spinning as they try to sort out recent court decisions regarding the free-expression rights of students... Read More

Jennifer Pope Baker '89 and Women's Fund Eye Solution to Critical Problem

March 26, 2014

"Now that we understand the ripple impact of not serving this population we know we have to come up with solutions," Jennifer Pope Baker, executive director... Read More

Market Forces are Behind Spate of Religious-Themed Movies: Prof. Jeff McCall '76

March 26, 2014

"Not since The Ten Commandments and Ben-Hur more than a half-century ago has the film industry bankrolled religious-themed pictures as it has this year... Read More

Text Messaging Families of Malaysia Air Disaster Victims a Poor Call, Says Prof. Mark Tatge

March 25, 2014

"For weeks, families of the passengers aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 endured an agonizing wait -- desperate for word of the fate of their loved ones... Read More

Customers Cutting Cable is No Surprise to Prof. Jeff McCall '76

March 22, 2014

Across the nation, about 250,000 cable, satellite and fiber optic television customers canceled the service last year -- the the first full-year decline... Read More

Sarah Palin & Sportsman Channel A Good Fit, Says Prof. Jeff McCall '76

March 19, 2014

"It takes a certain kind of pizzazz for a politician to make the move into reality television," Jeffrey M. McCall, professor of communication at DePauw... Read More

National Article on President's Between Two Ferns Appearance Quotes DePauw Senior

March 18, 2014

"Was President Obama's appearance on the Funny or Die web series Between Two Ferns a brilliant way to reach college-age viewers or was it beneath the office?... Read More

Sports Producer Ryan McGuffey '01 Gives Baseball Fans a New Perspective

March 14, 2014

Ryan McGuffey, coordinating producer for Comcast SportsNet Chicago and 2001 graduate of DePauw University, "has now joined the significant ranks of video... Read More

American Idol's Ratings Decline Draws Comments from Prof. Jeff McCall '76

March 13, 2014

"Once upon a time, American Idol rivaled the Oscars telecast for TV viewers," begins a Yahoo! TV article. "Last week, it got beat in the weekly Nielsen... Read More

FCC Needs to Explain Recent Actions, Opines Prof. Jeff McCall '76

March 7, 2014

"The Federal Communications Commission has backed away from the senseless study it planned that would have had researchers snooping into the content decisions... Read More

Playwright Christian Hamilton '50, Who Taught at DePauw in the 1950s, Dies at Age 86

March 6, 2014

E. Christian Hamilton Jr., a 1950 graduate of DePauw who taught at his alma mater and several other colleges, died February 17 at the Levine-Dickson Hospice... Read More

Ben Solomon '10 is Honored in Pictures of the Year International Competition

March 3, 2014

Ben C. Solomon, a freelance multimedia journalist and 2010 graduate of  DePauw University, is a third place winner in the 71st annual Pictures of the Year... Read More

"Heroes are in Short Supply" in Oscar-Nominated Films, Says Prof. Mark Tatge

March 2, 2014

Examining this year's Academy Award-nominated films, "Nearly all the top films are based on historical events from one era or another and portray the most... Read More

Chris Burton '09 Directs Indianapolis Production of Antigone

February 27, 2014

Chris Burton, a 2009 graduate of DePauw University, is directing the Garfield Shakespeare Company's spring production of Antigone, which opens its five-date... Read More

Arizona Bill "Will Force Companies to Rethink Expansion Plans": Prof. Mark Tatge

February 26, 2014

A Christian Science Monitor article on an Arizona bill that would allow the use of religious beliefs as a basis for refusing service to gays and others... Read More

Slate of New Religious-Themed Movies Analyzed by Prof. Jeff McCall '76

February 21, 2014

"Get ready for a flood of religious movies coming out of Hollywood this year and next," reports Houston's KTRH radio in a story that quotes a DePauw University... Read More

Prof. Jonathan Nichols-Pethick Appointed Director of Pulliam Center, Media Fellows Program

February 18, 2014

DePauw University Vice President for Academic Affairs Larry Stimpert announced today that Jonathan Nichols-Pethick, associate professor of communication... Read More

Reality TV Genre is "Cooling," Prof. Jeff McCall '76 Tells LA Times

February 16, 2014

"The reality genre is cooling for network TV," Jeffrey M. McCall, professor of communication at DePauw University, tells the Los Angeles Times. Dr. McCall... Read More

"Process of the Press" is Beyond President's Powers, Writes Prof. Jeff McCall '76

February 15, 2014

"The president of the United States is often characterized as the most powerful person in the world," writes Jeff McCall, professor of communication at... Read More

Senior Working on NBC's Olympics Coverage Interviewed in Sochi

February 11, 2014

A WTHR story on Olympic freestyle skier Nick Goepper, who hails from Lawrenceburg, Indiana, notes, "Also in Sochi from Indiana is Brian Alkire, a DePauw... Read More

Prof. Brian Dixon '01 & Mike Langellier '04 Among Indy's 'Forty Under 40'

February 4, 2014

Brian E. Dixon, an assistant professor at the Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing and 2001 graduate of DePauw University, and Mike Langellier... Read More

NaShara Mitchell '01 Puts a Variety of Skills to Use

February 3, 2014

"As an undergraduate at DePauw University, (NaShara) Mitchell found herself the go-to person for makeup and wardrobe advice," notes the Indianapolis Star... Read More

Prof. Jeff McCall '76 Offers Thoughts on Super Bowl Commercials

January 31, 2014

"Every big Wall Street bank is a host sponsor of this year’s Super Bowl but experts question if it’s worth the exposure," writes Sital S. Patel of MarketWatch... Read More

Senior is in Sochi, Assisting NBC's Today with Winter Olympics Coverage

January 29, 2014

"I'm lucky. I feel like I saw a lot of shooting stars right in a row," says Brian Alkire. The DePauw University senior is in Sochi, Russia, where he'll... Read More

Ads in the Big Game are Less Than Super: Prof. Jeff McCall '76

January 28, 2014

Advertisers who are spending $4 million for each 30-second commercial airing during Sunday's Super Bowl  "might as well be dumping those dollars in the... Read More

Ryan McGuffey '01 Receives Jerome Holtzman Award for Documentary on 2003 Cubs

January 28, 2014

Ryan C. McGuffey, coordinating producer for Comcast SportsNet Chicago and 2001 graduate of DePauw University, has been presented with the Jerome Holtzman... Read More

AP Column on Super Bowl Media Cites Prof. Jeff McCall '76

January 25, 2014

"The NFL is a powerful force in our nation's cultural landscape precisely because it has done such an excellent job in monitoring and managing its image... Read More

Hannah Douglas an "Important Cog" for #1-Ranked Women's Basketball Team  

January 24, 2014

"DePauw junior Hannah Douglas is emerging as an important cog for the No. 1-ranked team in the country," reports the Banner-Graphic in an article on the... Read More

Prof. Jeff McCall '76 Writes of "Cultural Responsibility of the Media Industry"

January 19, 2014

"The roots of violence in America are many and complex, but there is no doubt the primary dispenser of cultural violence into society is the media industry... Read More

DePauw Theatre Presents New Play, Achilles/Achilles' Son

January 17, 2014

Achilles/Achilles’ Son, a new play by Sean Graney, Nancy Schaenen '51 Visiting Scholar at the Prindle Institute for Ethics, will be staged by DePauw Theatre... Read More

Attorney Laura Clymer '86 Joins Arizona Law Firm

January 15, 2014

Laura Clymer, a 1986 graduate of DePauw University is a new associate at the Tucson, Arizona law firm of Brian Clymer. "The firm represents people in Arizona... Read More