Klein College of Media and Communication

Malcolm Kenyatta receives Lax Scholarship
Type: Accolade
July 21, 2011
Temple students and alumni experiment at theater’s fringe
Type: News Story
Formed shortly after the Philadelphia Fringe Festival, a collaboration between about a dozen Temple students and recent graduates of the university’s Theater Department, the Found Theater creates experimental and improvisational theater using minimal set design, music and costuming.
September 9, 2010
Summer media program gives children a voice
Type: News Story
The "Powerful Voices for Kids" summer program brings together researchers, students, teachers and children to improve media literacy in the information age.
July 28, 2010
Travel abroad expands horizons for Journalism grad
Type: News Story
Dreams of studying abroad started percolating for Melanie Menkevich during her summers at Wildwood on the Jersey Shore. As a teen, she worked on the boardwalk alongside students from around the world, making lifelong friends from Ireland, Egypt, Bulgaria and Russia.
May 13, 2010
Introducing 2010 graduates: Melanie Martin
Type: News Story
A sit down with 2010 graduate Melanie Martin.
May 12, 2010
Mendenhall gives students the world, one film at a time
Type: News Story
Students who sign up for the course “How We See The World: Transnational Cinema” may think the title is self-explanatory. But as anyone who takes Julia Mendenhall’s Gen Ed Arts honors class will tell you, you’re learning more than the meaning of films — you’re learning about the world.
April 29, 2010
Two SCT students receive national honor for creative work
Type: News Story
Princess Grace awards recognize emerging talent in theater, dance, and film .
September 29, 2009
Backstage at 'The Seven'
Type: News Story
Temple students have been experimenting with a new genre of theater through the production of The Seven, a hip-hip musical written by Will Power and directed by associate professor of theater Lee Kenneth Richardson.
February 6, 2009
'The Seven' puts hip-hop spin on a mythic narrative
Type: News Story
The rhythmic pace of hip-hop inspired instrumentals fills a performance hall in Tomlinson Theater as the cast of The Seven prepares to rehearse. Fitted in trendy hip-hop inspired gear, they run their lines, practice a fight scene and occasionally break out in an impromptu rhyme.
February 4, 2009
Is it voter disenfranchisement or voter fraud?
Type: News Story
Renee Hobbs of Temple University’s School of Communications and Theater and Bill Densmore, a fellow at the Donald W. Reynolds Institute hosted a conference, “Rebooting the News: Reconsidering An Agenda for 21st Century Civic Education," in Philadelphia from Oct. 23-25.
October 30, 2008
From the Home Office in Lebanon County . . .
Type: News Story
Every night, millions watch the “Late Show with David Letterman” on their television sets at home. But Eric Watts, a graduate of the broadcasting, telecommunications and mass media program of the School of Communications and Theater, has had the best seat in the house for the Letterman show for the last three months — from backstage.
May 21, 2008

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