- NESCom Live Sound Technology has added a new monitor package to their stable of gear.
NESCom Live Sound Technology
Check out our new Live Sound Monitor Package.Six JBL VRX915M Biamped monitorsTwo racks of Crown XTi 4002 and 4000 amps.Each amp rack with Motion Labs 30A twist and Tripp Lite power distros
- Whether you're a NESCom Audio Engineering student, a NESCom Live Sound Technology student, or just a fan of music in general, there seems to be something for everyone in the Foo Fighters Sonic Highways trailer.
Foo Fighters Sonic Highways: Trailer (HBO)
The HBO Original Series, Foo Fighters Sonic Highways premieres Friday, October 17 at 11PM, only on HBO. ...
- Best of luck to Heather Littlefield!
NESCom student to drive in rally race
BANGOR — Heather Littlefield, 32, of Bangor is getting ready to compete in a rally race in Harrisville, New York, Sept. 20-21. Littlefield said she has been a rally motorsports enthusiast since 2005 when she discovered the sport on YouTube. After volunteering for seven rally events on the east coas…
- #NESComPride reaches all the way to Cyprus and beyond! Akis Gabrielides wearing his NESComer shirt in Limassol, Cyprus.
Are you an outgoing, passionate Husson University student who enjoys interacting with other people? If so, the Admissions Office might have the perfect student employment opportunity for you! Eagle Ambassadors are on the front lines of impacting a prospective student’s decision to enroll into a program at Husson University. Working side-by-side with the Admissions Office, Eagle Ambassadors must be reliable, sociable, and possess a winning personality to interact with prospective students and their families. Interested? If interested, apply by going to google.husson.edu and clicking on the Student Employment tab. Deadline for applications is 2:00pm on Monday, August 25th.
- Breathe easy on campus starting September 1st.
For more information and the full policy, follow this link: http://www.husson.edu/tobacco-free
- Music is being made today in the Electronic Music lab as we've added a new Akai Professional MPC and Roland U.S. TR-8. Just a few more reasons to get excited for the start of the fall semester.
- NESCom students take to the skies in this article from The Maine Edge.
The return of the Adventure Guru Contest - Cover Story - News - The Maine Edge
Can’t take the sky from me -Andrew Shaykin posted, “I have always been a thrill-seeker. I have spent time whitewater rafting; climbing tall mountains all over New England; been caving; rock-climbing; but something I have always been nervous to try is sky diving. I somewhat have a fear of heights and throughout my life [I] have always believed in overcoming your fears[.] [S]o this would be the next step in my life and pushing to new heights!”He noted one of his adventures was his Outward Bound trip in North Carolina when he was 13.“I spent a month hiking through DuPont State Forest and Pisgah Falls in North Carolina. It was about [eight] kids and two counselors. No technology was allowed[.] We each had three shirts and three pairs of pants for the next several weeks! We stank by the end! What made it an adventure [was] every day it was up to the kids to wake up and coordinate the direction of travel and how long it would take. Every day we hiked between five and 10 miles. If we got lost or went in the wrong direction, we weren’t allowed to be corrected, so we had to work as a team. … It [built] great teamwork skills I have used in life.”
- Watch NESCom Live Sound Technology alum Nate Hart propose to his girlfriend at last night's Ingrid Michaelson show at the State Theatre, Portland, Maine! CONGRATULATIONS!
Proposal at Ingrid Michaelson concert in Portland
This is me proposing to my girlfriend on stage with her favorite artist. She said yes!
Academics are but part of your college experience, but it is the part that can determine your success or failure as a student. Higher Education demands a serious commitment on your part. Hard work, determination, and organization will decide how much you get out of this kind of experience. The staff and faculty of the New England School of Communication will be here to help you. They are some of the most knowledgeable people in the communication business and are willing to speak with you anytime in or outside the classroom and lab. Communication will become your business here and it will be important to let people know what you’re thinking and what you want to know and learn while you are here. The time students spend at NESCom is exciting and fulfilling in every way and every effort will be made to help you reach your goals. Don’t hesitate to come in and talk with us. You have everything to gain.
-Ben Haskell, Academic Dean