• University of Miami School of Communication alumnus Noah DeBonis, B.A. ’10, M.F.A. ’13, has embarked on a journey to film the reintegration process of former Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) guerrillas into Colombian society. The country had the opportunity to end its civil war, which has lasted more than five decades, by signing a peace treaty with the FARC guerrillas.


  • Cinephiles, film scholars, and filmmakers are coming together at University of Miami School of Communication for the Bogart Film Noir Competition & Student Showcase on Friday, November 11, and Tuesday, November 15.

    The event brings together an eclectic mix of South Florida filmmakers for workshops, screenings, and a student short film competition.

    All events are free and open to the public.

    Friday, November 11


  • A state-of-the-art space for innovation and creativity is opening at the University of Miami School of Communication. The Koenigsberg and Nadal Interactive Media Center (IMC) is poised to transform experiential education at the University by giving students collaborative spaces and a fully-equipped multimedia agency to create, learn, and expand their portfolios.


  • All eyes were on Christine DiMattei from WLRN Wednesday, Sept. 7, in Jim Virga’s and Julia Dallman’s Community Science class. DiMattei is the afternoon anchor for 91.3 WLRN, South Florida’s predominant public radio station.


  • On Aug. 30, the rain didn't stop University of Miami’s award-winning publications and organizations from getting together and encouraging students to get involved.

    Organized by the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA), club leaders and interested students gathered around free pizza and soda to listen to the benefits of joining one of the many organizations the School of Communication has to offer.


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