Communication & Theatre
Communication and Theatre study leads to exciting and diverse career choices
Communication Career: RAPPER
Rapper Kid Quill (a.k.a. Mitch Brown '16 Communication Major) wows a "passionate and growing fan base" on an Indianapolis stop-over during his first 24-city headline tour.Read More
Communication Career: TELEVISION NEWS
Communication Major Dominic Miranda '19, active as a D3TV sports anchor, a sports talk show host and play-by-play broadcaster for WGRE, and as a sports opinion writer for The DePauw, joins the WTHI NEWS TEAM.Read More
Communication Career: Journalist & Filmmaker
Award-winning journalist and DePauw Communication Major BEN SOLOMON '10 is Frontline's first Abrams Filmmaker-in-ResidenceRead More
Communication and Theatre majors and minors apply their study in a variety of fields –– electronic media, public relations, law, corporate communication, human resources, advertising, marketing, journalism, sales, public service and the performing arts.
Most communication students participate in co-curricular activities, such as debate (DePauw Debate), theatre (DePauw Theatre) and student media (WGRE-FM radio and D3TV cable access television), and many are affiliated with the Media Fellows Program.