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Posted by Mr. Brien McHugh on April 30, 2018

It’s the end of the school year and students and faculty alike are running around screaming like chickens with their heads cut off. (Wait, there’s something about that analogy that isn’t quite right.)

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Posted by Mr. Richard Lorenc on April 20, 2018

Earlier this week, approximately 20 students and three Communication and Media Arts faculty went on a cultural field trip to learn about Chicago architecture!

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Posted by Mr. Anthony Musiala on April 5, 2018

It’s March! The month of Saint Patrick’s Day, the NCAA tournaments, Holy Week, Spring Break and… South by Southwest.

 

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Posted by Mr. Brien McHugh on March 27, 2018

We had a great event on March 22. “So you’ve got an MCOM degree….Now what?” Journalism/MCOM/CMMA alumni talked with current students about their career paths and the many twists and turns that usually happen. Here are the most important lessons:

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Posted by Dr. Terre Layng Rosner on February 22, 2018

This particular entry in the series of Illustrative Blogs suggests the poltical tenor of our times. The figures represent some of the best (worst) personalities in our contemporary political landscape.

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Posted by Mr. Brien McHugh on February 16, 2018

It’s not what you think. It’s not a political ideology or a former FBI director. Commy is a communication major at St. Francis.  Do you think it will catch on?

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Posted by Mr. Anthony Musiala on February 12, 2018

Today is a “snow day”. The university is closed today due to the 7-plus inches of snow that has been dumping itself on our campuses since last night.

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Posted by Dr. Terre Layng Rosner on January 24, 2018

 

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Posted by Dr. Scott Marshall on January 12, 2018

Welcome to 2018.  A new year.  Markers of change like this often come with a balance of hope and dread: some hopes turn in to reality, but many of them don’t turn out quite the way we imagined; on the “dread” side, most of what we worry about never actually happens.  There has been a mixture of h

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Posted by Mr. Brien McHugh on January 2, 2018

First of all, please join me in congratulating Don Burke on another great Spirit of Christmas season. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

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Posted by Mr. Richard Lorenc on December 8, 2017

Last Saturday night, four of my former University of St. Francis video students won Emmys at the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Chicago/Midwest Chapter event!

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Posted by Dr. Terre Layng Rosner on December 5, 2017

Sometimes I wonder what my students are thinking. Even though I’ve been a student myself, for the past 5 years, I am a different kind of student. An entirely different animal, if you will. A returning, adult student definitely has dissimilar priorities.

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Posted by Mr. Brien McHugh on November 21, 2017

High School seniors and parents of high school seniors are in that in-between time: where early admission letters have been sent out but regular admission letters haven’t. While you wait, here are two things to think about when making that college decision.

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Posted by Mr. Anthony Musiala on November 17, 2017

The second semester is just around the corner, and for some CMMA students that means it’s time to intern. 

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Posted by Dr. Scott Marshall on November 6, 2017

It’s that time of year: in this corner of the world, northern Illinois in the United States in the northern half of the Western hemisphere, it is a time to pause.  Halloween is over and Thanksgiving is still far off.  Summer is surely gone and the holiday season is not yet upon us.  There is no s

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Posted by Mr. Brien McHugh on October 31, 2017
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Posted by Mr. Richard Lorenc on October 27, 2017

 

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Posted by Mr. Richard Lorenc on October 27, 2017

 

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Posted by Mr. Brien McHugh on October 5, 2017

Regular readers of this blog (all 2 of you) know that I sometimes poke fun at the world in general and my colleagues in particular. This time, I have nothing but praise for my colleague – wait for it – DOCTOR Terre Layng Rosner.

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Posted by Mr. Anthony Musiala on September 23, 2017

 

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