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MSLCE Hits the San Francisco Tech + Arts Scene

By Yayun WangThe MSLCE Trip brought us together in San Francisco to enjoy five days of corporate visits, an alumni reception, and open networking. We met and networked with industry leaders and gained newfound experiences and knowledge across the creative industries.

Unique DaCosta is Combining Work and Play

By Miya Williams FayneUnique DaCosta is interacting with music on a multitude of levels. She has a background in singing and is currently participating in the business side of the industry with like-minded people at Pandora. “The culture at Pandora is pretty awesome because everybody loves music and it’s a given,” she said. “It is

MSLCE Students Take ‘Informative, Encouraging, and Inspiring’ Trip to NYC

By Hayley Bullock The MSCLE Trek to the “Big Apple” was informative, encouraging, and inspiring. Coming from a nonprofit and performance background, I was surprised and appreciative of the vast insight and knowledge I was able to gain from the experience. As we visited branding agencies, including Mother and Ogilvy & Mather, and heard from

Students Meet Professionals from Facebook, Broadway, and MoMA on NYC Trek

By Benjamin Levine The MSLCE program’s emphasis on networking and broad understanding of the creative industries culminates with the annual trek to one of the major entertainment centers of the country. Half of the cohort that went to New York City, and met with a wide variety of companies and alumni associated with creative work

MSLCE Student Gets Advice from Facebook, Pandora on SF Trek

By Robyn Latchford Our trek began with Michael Holtmann, who spoke of his work for the National Endowment for the Arts and his current work for the Center for the Art of Translation. We all loved his congenial manner and his insightful stories about his career path and finding enjoyment in his work. I especially

Student ‘Ready to Pursue My Dreams’ After MSLCE Trip to SF

By Kaitlin Very The San Francisco trek was truly invaluable to me. While both of the other treks were great learning experiences, what set this last one apart was the unique balance of nonprofit and for-profit industry leaders with whom we met. Our speakers represented a wide variety of industries and roles, and they all