Pollster Cornell Belcher cited racial identity and animosity as one of the most important drivers of today’s party politics during an event Tuesday night at the Marvin Center.
The group’s co-founders said they started the organization after noticing a lack of community among SMPA students.
Frank Sesno will take a group of students interested in sustainability to the Brazilian rainforest this June for a “biodiversity storytelling expedition.”
Frank Sesno, SMPA director, sat down with White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer and media experts to discuss the future of news coverage under the Trump administration.
SMPA professors say they are incorporating recent developments in class discussions and reevaluating how some aspects of journalism are taught in the Trump era.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer will be interviewed by SMPA Director Frank Sesno Monday.
School of Media and Public Affairs Director Frank Sesno spoke about his new book at the National Press Club Tuesday night.
Faculty and students came together in the National Churchill Library & Center to discuss the future of sustainability under the Trump administration.
SMPA hosted a conversation with senators Tuesday evening to discuss the aftermath of the election and the uncertainties of a Trump administration.
School of Media and Public Affairs Director Frank Sesno will release a new book about interviews in January.