The winners of the 34th College Television Awards are hot stuff now. They’ve walked the red carpet, mingled with celebrities and now they have the bragging rights to jumpstart their careers. But they know they couldn’t have made it big without their professors!Read their shout outs!
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Festival season is in full affect and MTV is celebrating it with a live stream of The Hangout Music Festival in Gulf Shores, Alabama. Catch live performances from the Kings of Leon, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Kendrick Lamar and more from Friday, May 17th to Sunday, May 19th.
In his senior year, Emerson College grad Rob Leshin took on his BFA thesis film. For many college filmmakers at this time of year, the finish line feels far. Rob broke the tape, completed his project and lived to share his experience.
KSUA is a student-operated and student-funded college radio station that serves the University of Alaska Fairbanks and surrounding borough. After making it into the Top 3 last year, KSUA’s listeners came out in full force this year to make them the winners of mtvU’s 2013 College Radio Woodie Award. Congratulations KSUA!
You wrote in comments, and these professors are having the last word. Check out some of the most colorful responses from our favorite “Professors Strike Back” episodes. And don’t forget, you can tweet your own profs’ most quotatious moments using the hashtag, #thingsmyprofessorsays. We’ll retweet the best ones.Watch the clips!
Kahlil, a film student from NYU sits down with Academy Award winning director Peter Jackson, who reveals which Middle Earth character he’d be and shares secrets about how he created The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane made a surprise appearance to Professor Denise Mann’s “Overview of Contemporary Film Industry” UCLA class where he announced a new contest giving college students the chance to become Oscar trophy handlers at the Academy Awards.
Emerson College senior Quinn Marcus investigates #thingsmyprofessorsays in the newest episode of mtvU’s Quinnterviews. Check it out and don’t forget to tweet your prof’s most quotatious moments using the hashtag.