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Liz Mills, a sophomore media and society and English double major, has been selected for NBC’s 2008 Olympic Internship Program. She will work in the prominent 30 Rock NBC Studios in New York City, helping with the 2008 Summer Olympic coverage in Beijing. “I’m looking forward to living in NYC for about a month, being

“Plato’s Cave,” the sharp, insightful and laugh-out-loud radio show created and hosted by Professor of Political Science Iva Deutchman and Professor of Media and Society Linda Robertson is now available as a podcast. First-time listener? Miss an episode? No problem – catching-up on the duo’s fiery blend of political wit and insight is only a

This summer three Hobart and William Smith students have gained access behind the scenes and learned what it takes to work in the front office of not just one professional sporting franchise, but four. Brian Cibelli ’08, Shannon Elliott ’09 and Lance Boyington ’09 are interning this summer with the Rochester Sports Group which runs

When two HWS students were presented with the opportunity to intern at the nation’s largest social service agency, they headed to the Big Apple ready to do their part. The New York City Human Resources Administration/Department of Social Services (HRA/DSS) was set up in September 1966 to provide temporary help to eligible individuals and families

Sarah Kunin ’09 interns for ABC News Radio Network in New York City When news breaks at ABC News Radio Network, Sarah Kunin ’09 is at the center of the action. “I do a bit of everything here: I research stories, book interviews, and write stories,” Kunin explains. “If they are interesting enough, I take

Professor of Media and Society Lester Friedman is the editor of a new book, “American Cinema of the 1970s: Themes and Variations,” recently published by Rutgers University Press. The 10 years known as “The Me Decade” was also famous for big hair, blaring music and broken politics, and this book looks beyond the strobe lights

Three students – Felipe Estefan ’08, Diana Haydock ’09 and Christina Kinnevey ’09 – have been selected as the winners of the 2007 Charles H. Salisbury Summer International Internship Stipend. Through the award, the recipients will be given the opportunity to pursue their career goals anywhere in the world. The Salisbury Stipend, now in its