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WMSC Station Manager Dick Hinchliffe (left) and station founder Ed Helvey

WMSC Founder Visits Campus

Class of '67 Alum and WMSC founder Ed Helvey stopped by campus to revisit the student radio station he helped create 47 years ago.

Salon Series Tackles 'Why America is World's Biggest Jailer'

School of Communication and Media takes on the criminal justice system Wednesday evening, October 9, 2013.

Steve McCarthy

Left to right: Marc Rosenweig; Jane McManus from espnnewyork.com; Jared Max, former ESPN New York and WCBS radio reporter and host; plus Athlete Ally founder Hudson Taylor

SCM Hosts 'LGBT Issues in Sports' at Yogi Berra

A panel of sports media professionals tackled LGBT issues.

NJ News Commons' Immigration Project Hits Six-Month Mark

The expansive project aims to shine a brighter light on detention centers and the path to citizenship.

NJTV

Debbie Galant, Director of NJ News Commons of the Center for Cooperative Media at Montclair State University, will lead the first Colloquium Series event of Fall 2013.

Colloquium Series Begins With "Fight for Democracy"

The School of Communication and Media provides a forum for students, faculty and guests to address current issues.

College of the Arts Now on iTunesU

Featuring examples of student and faculty work.

NJ News Commons Receives Grant to Grow NJ News Ecosystem

A $75,000 grant will help incubate new local news sites and provide funding for investigative reporting for others.

Whipping It

Montclair State filmmakers wrap up two feature-length films, including a documentrary on DEVO

School of Communication students Robert Dickerson and Kenneth Spooner film members of the Vocal Accord during their 2012 European Tour for the documentary, "American Voices: Montclair State University Vocal Accord's European Tour 2012."

NJTV Airs Documentary Co-produced by the School of Communication and Media and John J. Cali School of Music June 4, 6

"American Voices" depicts the musical, cultural, and personal journey of the Cali School Vocal Accord's 2012 European Tour

Filmmaking student Jenna Leung's senior thesis film, "Folded Hope," will debut in the Short Film Corner of the internationally prestigious 66th Cannes Film Festival. Leung wrote and directed "Folded Hope," the tale of a terminally ill girl and her mother who struggle with the physical and emotional implications of her illness.

School of Communication and Media Student’s Senior Thesis Film Is Screened at Cannes Film Festival

Jenna Leung’s film, “Folded Hope,” debuts at festival’s Short Film Corner