Thursday, June 27, 2013

COAS in Washington D.C.

Communication and Culture Majors,
IU College of Arts and Sciences is piloting a program this summer to connect current students interning in Washington DC this summer with one another and alumni! IU College ofArts and Sciences in Washington DC will put together events throughout the summer (baseball games, lunches, misc outings, etc.) for Indiana students interning in DC. The program will also connect students with the IU alumni living in the greater DC area. The goal of the program is to expand your DC network, provide you with future career opportunities, and encourage students in the future to work in DC for the summer. 
If you're currently interning/working in DC for the summer please email with your name, email address, and place of employment, once we get a roster of names you'll be contacted about upcoming events!
Looking forward!
Samantha Levinson
Indiana University
Political Science

Friday, June 7, 2013

Intern for Abilities Unlimited - UNPAID


I am the board president of Abilities Unlimited, Inc., Disability Services.  We are looking for an intern (UNPAID) who can help us develop press/news releases, a list of places to send them to and whatever else would be good to include in a press package. 

If you have someone who might be interested, please have them contact me at or 765 341-8371. 

Our website is


Laura L Nelson-Green

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

NEW FALL COURSE: MTV and Globalization: Music Video and Culture(s) Around the World (NOT A CMCL CLASS - WON'T COUNT TOWARD CMCL MAJOR OR MINOR)

MTV and Globalization: Music Video and Culture(s) around the World

MWF 12:20pm-1:10pm

Class Number: 32503

3 Credits (CASE A & H)


Instructor: Matthew Kerchner

In this course students will explore the development of the art form of the music video and consider how it has evolved in countries around the globe, reacting to and expressing concerns about both local and global issues. This will include understanding and comparing and contrasting how artists from different countries use the form to construct their identities, including the deployment of national and cultural concepts, as well as gender, sexuality, masculinity and femininity, and opinions on environmental, political, social, and economic concerns. While most videos will be by mainstream artists in their respective countries, some will be from artists in exile and indigenous peoples. Additionally, we will consider the processes of globalization and “glocalization” in relation to music and this particular art form and the impact of exporting and sharing popular and youth culture in general. Our approach will be multi-disciplinary, utilizing concepts and research from anthropology, sociology, media studies, and others.

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

The Black Sheep - Positions with Student-Run Humor Magazine

(Online) Writers: Each week writers will be asked to submit three short reaction pieces to their Editorial Manager, to be posted on our site. These timely pieces, which offer humorous insight to local news stories relevant to IU students, will be submitted to the campus Editorial Manager for review, feedback and posting.

Social Media Manager: The student working in this position would be asked to run our local Twitter feed. They would be responsible for interacting with students over Twitter, increasing our follower count, and Tweeting humorous quips and links to articles published on our site. They would have weekly benchmarks to hit, both with gaining followers and tweeting.

Advertising Manager: Advertising Managers work with local businesses and our corporate team in Chicago to sign advertising packages with clients. An Advertising Manager is an integral part of this process, describing our business model, how it can help local businesses generate revenue, and closing deals. They are paid a percentage of the advertising revenue they generate.

All of these positions are great ways for students to get hands-on experience with a growing company that understands a student's busy schedule. If you could alert students of these openings, and direct them to the application page below, I would really appreciate it.

Thanks again,

Madeline Rosenthal

Campus Manager

The Black Sheep – Indiana University