• Why Employers Value Communication Majors

    Are you thinking about majoring in communications when you enter college? Some people might try to claim that it’s hard to get a job with a communications degree. As it turns out, there’s a lot that you can do with a degree in communications. Read on to learn more.

  • 3 Steps to Picking the Right Major

    Some students begin college knowing exactly what they want to major in. Others are less certain. No matter what, it’s possible to pick the right major. Read on to learn more.

  • Diary of a Dreamer: Afghan Artist Shares Messages of Hope at Dean

    Fatima Wojohat was 19 when the Taliban retook Afghanistan. A street artist working with the ArtLords activist organization, Fatima used her art to inspire Afghan girls and women and share messages of hope, painting art and murals on blast walls across the city. But after Kabul fell, she turned to the only outlet she had – her phone. Refusing to be silenced, Fatima taught herself how to create digital art in order to stand up against gender-based oppression. Read on to learn more.

  • Best Majors for Undecided Students

    Some students usually enter college with the words “undecided” or “undeclared” in the space where their major should be, but that doesn’t mean that they don’t have a plan. Instead, it just means that they need to take the time to find a major they love, and there’s nothing wrong with that. Read on to learn more.

  • Trusting Your Instincts: Listening to Your Gut When Picking a Major

    Choosing a college major isn’t easy. Do you go with something practical that you think will lead to a lucrative career? Do you find something that you love and find a way to make into your dream career? Or do you settle for what everyone in your family is telling you to major in? There’s an easy solution to all of these issues: following your gut. Read on to learn more.

  • Dean Students Attend National Black Pre-Law Conference at Harvard University

    Five Pre-Law students at Dean had the unique opportunity to attend the National Black Pre-Law Conference at Harvard University. Through the joint efforts of Humanities in Action at Dean and the Office of the President, they were able to participate in the conference from November 17-18, 2023. Read on to learn more.

  • The Role of Agents and Talent Managers in the Performing Arts

    When it comes to careers in the performing arts, there’s more to it than just auditioning for jobs onstage and working to put together sets and costumes. There are also people who work with that talent in order to help them find jobs. They are called agents. What do these agents do? And what about talent managers? Read on to learn more.

  • Sports Facilities and Operations Management: Running the Show Behind the Scenes

    Do you love sports, but enjoy them more from the sidelines, rather than being on the field? Do you attend sporting events and wish that you could be the person setting everything up behind the scenes? If so, then a career in sports facilities and operations management may be your best option. Read on to learn more.

  • The Business of Performing Arts: Navigating the Industry and Building a Career

    While there are plenty of people who want to spend their time on stage, acting or singing, or off, putting together sets and costumes, there are others who find themselves on the business side of things. After all, someone needs to plan the performances, come up with funding, and make sure that every performance turns out as planned. How can you get into the business side of theatre? Read on to learn more.