• Advice from Your Orientation Leaders: Move-In Edition

    As you get ready to come to Dean, whether for the first time or your final year, there’s always something you’re bound to forget or don’t know that you need. We asked a few of our orientation leaders what the number one thing they’d recommend everyone remember to pack is. Read on to check out their must-haves.

  • How to Become a Venue Manager

    Venue managers have a very important job. It’s up to them to ensure that events at their place of employment go smoothly and are a success. If this sounds a little like event planning, you’re right. The two do have a few things in common. But how does…

  • How to Get Into Event Planning

    Do you dream of putting together events? Do you enjoy watching all of the pieces fall into place on the day of the event? Do you like to plan things, work with others and make people happy? If so, then a career in event planning might be just what you…

  • Is a Degree in Entertainment Management Right for You?

    If you love the idea of working in entertainment, but don’t want to be in front of the camera, then a career in entertainment management might just be your best option. Getting a degree in this field can prepare you for a number of different professions…

  • When to Pursue a BFA in Dance

    High school students who want to go on to become professional dancers or work in the dance field have a decision to make. Should they pursue a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Dance, or should they go the alternate route and obtain a Bachelor of Arts in Dance? Not sure which path to choose? Here's how you can determine if it's time to enroll in a BFA Dance program.

  • Which Degree is Best for Dance?

    High schoolers who want to work in the field of professional dance have two choices to make. They can either go to college for a Bachelor of Fine Arts in the subject or find a school that has a Bachelor of Arts program. Read on for a few things to consider.

  • Dance Major Gains Teaching Experience at the Boston Ballet School

    Janis Walker ’24 is currently a Teacher Assistant at the Boston Ballet School, the official dance school from the renowned Boston Ballet. She assists in the Art Exploration program, one of the school’s summer programs that caters to children ages 3-8…

  • What Does a Stage Manager Do? (And How to Become One)

    If you love the theatre, but don’t necessarily want to work as an actor, singer or other type of performer, the great news is that you still have a plethora of other options. There’s technical theatre, where you put together lighting displays, ensure…

  • Pros and Cons of Working While in College

    Going to college while working full-time (or even part-time) is a great option for adults who want to further their education and gain new employment opportunities. However, there are a number of pros and cons that come with doing so. Read on to learn your choices to ensure that balancing work and school is the best option.

  • Sports Broadcasting Majors Intern with Summer Baseball Leagues

    Summer is synonymous with baseball, and this summer, a number of our Sports Broadcasting majors are interning with collegiate baseball leagues around the country. From Cape Cod to Palm Springs, we caught up with a few of them to find out how their seasons…