Communications News

Three JCU Students’ Articles Featured on Institute of Network Cultures Blog

Three John Cabot University Communications majors recently published articles on the Institute of Network Cultures blog dedicated to the Fear and Loathing of the Online Self conference, recently held at JCU.

JCU Hosts International Conference “Fear and Loathing of the Online Self”

On Monday, May 22, 2017, John Cabot University hosted the first day of the international conference “Fear and Loathing of the Online Self.”

JCU and The New School in NYC Announce Fast Track to Graduate Media Studies

The John Cabot University Department of Communications and The New School are proud to announce the Fast Track to Graduate Media Studies.

Volunteering Across Borders: Student Cristina Di Leva

Cristina Di Leva is a degree seeking student from Lavello, Basilicata, in southern Italy. She majors in Communications and has a minor in Political Science.

Life After College – Communications Graduate Samantha Abear

Samantha Abear, Class of 2016, graduated with a degree in Communications and a minor in Business Administration.

John Cabot University Announces 2017 Student Award Winners

On Tuesday, April 18, 2017, John Cabot University students, faculty and staff gathered in the Aula Magna for the annual Student Awards Ceremony.

Queer Cultures in Italy: a Lecture by Enrico Salvatori

Prof. Paolo Prato invited Enrico Salvatori to his Italian Media and Popular Culture class to talk about Queer Cultures in Italy.

JCU Ethiopian Film Festival Presents Shashamane by Giulia Amati

John Cabot University’s Department of Communications in collaboration with the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs presented the third and final film of the Ethiopian Film Festival, Shashamane by Italian director Giulia Amati.

Meenasarani Linde Murugan Discusses Black Orientalism at JCU

Dr. Murugan is an Assistant Professor at Fordham University in the Department of Communication and Media Studies. Her main research interests are TV, gender, race, media, transnationalism, and fashion.

English Major Marialaura Grandolfo Accepted to University of Oxford

Marialaura Grandolfo comes from Modugno, a town near Bari (Puglia, Italy). She is an English Literature major with a minor in Communications (Class of 2017). She has worked as a Writing Center tutor and as an assistant to Prof. Carlos Dews, managing the public relations of the Institute for Creative Writing, and co-organizing the upcoming conference "Carson McCullers in the World."

JCU Ethiopian Film Festival Presents Lamb by Yared Zeleke

The Department of Communications and the Guarini Institute presented the second film of the Ethiopian Film Festival, Lamb by Yared Zeleke.

BCFN Foundation Presents Food and Sustainability Media Award

Dr. Elena Cadel, Consultant and Researcher at the Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition Foundation (BCFN Foundation) presented the Food and Sustainability Media Award.

A Socially Engaged Curriculum: Professor Peter Sarram

Peter Sarram is Associate Professor of Communications at John Cabot University. Next year will be his 20th year teaching at JCU.

A Hand Up to the Underprivileged: Alumna Milena Rivolova

Born in the USA of Swiss and Czech parents, Milena Rivolova is a JCU alumna (Class of 2016) who grew up in Prague, Czech Republic.

A Degree Earned in Full: Communications Major Lydia Smith

Hailing from Sacramento, California, Lydia Smith is a graduating senior at John Cabot University. Majoring in Communications, with a minor in Creative Writing, she has been very active in campus life. She is the Vice President of Theatre Society, Managing Editor of 'The Matthew' newspaper, and Secretary of The Fashion Club.