- 89.3fm WHSN Bangor and NESCom Audio Engineering have teamed up to air the 11 works recorded by the CT 431 Advanced Music Production course over the 2014-2015 academic year. Listen in Wednesday at 8pm.
WHSN Radio To Feature Audio Engineering Student Recordings – New England School of Communications
WHSN 89.3 FM, campus radio station for Husson University is set to showcase the student work of NESCom Audio Engineering over the past academic year. On Wednesday, May 6th at 8pm, WHSN will air a special broadcast titled the “NESCom Audio Year In Review”.
- Husson Dining Services will hold their annual finals week late night breakfast on Monday from 8-10pm at the Dickerman Dining Center.
- Come celebrate the end of the semester with Husson and NESCom Students as they showcase their work at the Hart Open Studio! Photography, Graphic Design, Drawing, Painting, Pastels, Set Design, Collages, Assemblage, Batik Prints, will all be on display in the Hart Studio! Doors open at 1, refreshments will be served at 4. Support students and this fantastic collaboration between the School of Science and Humanities and New England School of Communications!
- Husson University Singers present their spring concert tonight in the Furman Student Center.
- May 1st is a priority deadline for tuition deposits. You can still pay your deposit and commit to Husson University after May 1st (subject to program availability).
- Congratulations to 2011 NESCom Journalism grad Robert Nesbitt on his 3 Boston/New England Emmy nominations!
NESCom Blog: '11 Alum Robert Nesbitt Nominated For Three Boston/New England Emmys
New England School of Communications Journalism graduate Robert Nesbitt (’11) has been nominated for 3 Boston/New England Emmy awards for his work at WCSH 6 in Portland, ME. The nominees for the 38th Boston/New England Emmys were announced today in Dedham, MA.
- Tomorrow at 7pm in WCC 205, join the AES NESCom chapter for their final meeting of the semester.
This Thursday at 7PM in WCC 205, the last meeting of the NESCom chapter of the @[108035332557523:274:Audio Engineering Society] will take place. The meeting will include voting for next year's officers and Eric Ferguson will present a special lecture on Dynamic Compression & Loudness Wars. This is a very interesting and complex topic, frequently discussed by audio professionals. Underclassmen are especially welcome. Come meet older students and learn why you should care about loudness.
- How do the students of CT335 Electronic Music Technology have fun for the end of the semester? Patch together a 154 MU (Moog Units), 7 cabinet system and see what madness develops.
- Ever wondered what goes into setting up for The Nite Show at the Gracie Theatre? This time-lapse, shot by NESCom student Alan Wardwell shows the 2+ hrs of work that goes into the set for each taping.
Nite Show Set-Up Timelapse
NESCom, a small college with 525 students, shares the campus with Husson University, our sister school. As a result of our relationship with Husson, NESCom™ offers the personal attention of a small college with all of the conveniences and resources of a much larger campus. Located in the George Wildey Communication Center on a wooded hillside, NESCom™ is only a short walk from restaurants and shopping. Within our convenient, well designed campus, amenities include three residence halls, dining commons, library, health services, gymnasium with health and fitness center and Olympic size swimming pool, chapel, bookstore, art gallery and campus center all wired with a fully integrated computer network system.