Author: Trishunda A. Mooney

HORROR NOIRE: MORE THAN MONSTERS AND CLOWN FACED KILLERS

Horror scholar and executive producer of documentary and Shudder original, “Horror Noire”believes horror film narratives and its imagery helps the audience to understand and visualize ‘evil’ through symbols while not necessarily taking on a literal façade. “We can’t wrap our minds around human evil sometimes,” Tananarive Due said. “There are explanations in psychology, history and sociology

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DeVon Franklin uses a four letter word [love] to open dialogue during his stop on “The Truth Tour” at CAU

Hosted by the Clark Atlanta University’s Mass Media Arts department, the Merge Symposium and AT&T presented DeVon Franklin’s “The Truth Tour” as it made a stop at the Atlanta University Center’s Woodruff Library in the Exhibition Hall on Feb. 18 in promotion of his new book, “The Truth About Men.” Doors opened at 5 p.m. to hear

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CAU welcomes an Interim Provost

As said by Clark Atlanta University’s Interim Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs, her luck in life has been, never having to look for a job because she has always been invited. Dr. Dorcas Davis Bowles continues the success of this professional track record as CAU has extended another invitation for her start of

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CAU PROVOST AND VICE PRESIDENT OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS ANNOUNCE RESIGNATION

“It is with mixed feelings that I announce my resignation as Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at CAU effective January 15, 2019. I will be available through this date to facilitate a smooth transition in Academic Affairs,” shared by Dr. Peter O. Nwosu in email to students, faculty and staff mid December.  Dr. Nwosu

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THEATER MAJOR USES VOICE ON AND BEHIND THE CAMERA

(Pictured) Brandi Webb stands next to her mentor, Professor Michael R. Oby, M.A. Placing America on trial for the injustices and oppression of citizens of color, Clark Atlanta University’s Speech Communications alumna explores the idea of holding America accountable for their actions in her documentary, “Betrayal of a Nation.” Completing her first off-Broadway show, “Yet

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AUC RECEIVES VISIT FROM “CREED II” STARS AND DIRECTOR

Students of the AUC filled the Cornelius Bishop Henderson Student Center on Nov. 8 to hear Michael B. Jordan, Florian Munteanu and “Creed II” director, Steve Caple, Jr. discuss the awaited sequel. “The blend of genre, sound effects, coloring, reality and how I approach it, I felt those things stuck out from the rest of

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CAU TAKES IN NYC AND BROADWAY STAGEPLAY, “AMERICAN SON”

Students and Faculty of Clark Atlanta University accepted the invitation extended by CAU’s 1978 alumnus Kenny Leon to attend a preview of the broadway show, “American Son.” Performed under Leon’s direction, the cast included Kerry Washington, Steven Pasquale, Jeremy Jordan and Eugene Lee.  Students were also provided with a city tour, which the Apollo Theatre,

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