The second edition of the ACT Human Rights Film Festival opens Friday, April 14, at CSU’s Lory Student Center Theater.
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Jim Vidakovich (’69, speech arts) has garnered the reputation as one of the top media strategists in Hollywood. For the past 20 years he has worked on everything from The Office to Bravo’s Real Housewives franchise to The Voice and Mr. Robot.
Linda Cates arrived at CSU in 1967 as a 21-year-old transfer student from the University of Colorado. She was married with an 18-month-old daughter to support and had no financial means to pay for college other than work-study jobs and student loans.
Some of the world’s most powerful cinematic stories of struggle and hope will be told when Colorado State University’s Department of Communication Studies hosts the inaugural ACT Human Rights Film Festival April 15-22, on campus and at the Lyric Cinema Café in Fort Collins.
On Wednesday, March 9, Edward Schiappa, professor and head of Comparative Media Studies/Writing in MIT’s School of Humanities and Social Sciences, presents the 2016 Gravlee Lecture, “2015 as America’s Transgender Moment: The Role of Media Representation,” at 6 p.m. in the Lory Student Center, Ballroom A.
For the second time in five years, Colorado State University’s Center for Public Deliberation (CPD) hosted a four-day workshop for more than 30 U.S. and international participants involved in the Kettering Foundation’s “Centers for Public Life” learning exchange.