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If you have ever wondered how it would feel to stay up for 50 straight hours, all you have to do is join VIC Radio and become a 50-Hour Marathon DJ! Or, you could just ask Adam Girgenti, Mike D’Agostino, Brian Coffin or Becca Burns, four VIC Radio DJs who stayed up for 50 straight hours on April 15, 16, and 17.


Imagine that, in your first year of college, you’ll be able to do all of the following: make fourteen new friends from day one; take classes from professors with years of experience in the communications industry; volunteer and make a difference in your new community; and chat with CNN anchor Christiane Amanpour. Next up: year two. This time around, you’ll become the leader of that community service project. You’ll also likely study abroad in London, Australia, or somewhere in between. You’ll intern with the Times of London, Fleishman-Hillard, NBC, or for theater marketing company AKA UK in London’s West End. Now here comes the twist – imagine doing all of that for free.


Diane Gayeski ’74 was named dean of the Roy H. Park School of Communications after serving as interim dean for the past year. She has spent over 30 years as a strategic communications faculty member at IC.


The 2010 competition is being held in Park Hall on Friday, April 30, starting at 7 p.m. Come watch some student-produced films and see who will take home the $2,000 first prize!


Naomi Klein, author of The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism and No Logo: Taking Aim at the Brand Bullies, spoke to a full house at Emerson Suites as a guest speaker for the Park Center for Independent Media.


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