Rising member totals propel BEA’s success

Broadcast Education Association President Max Mazik. Photo Credit: Larshell Green The excitement of creating projects outside the classroom in niche groups has persuaded students to flock to the university’s Broadcast Education Association. The organization has maintained the most documented members in a communication organization for the last two semesters. Senior communication major Max Mazik serves
-> Continue reading Rising member totals propel BEA’s success

Share Button

The long road to graduation: Natalia Redondo Prieto’s journey

  Spanish major Natalia Redondo Prieto hails from Spain. After becoming involved in athletics and switching majors, Redondo Prieto was surprised to learn that she would have to scramble to fulfill a graduation requirement. After joining the university as a business major, she decided to study Spanish to work towards a career as a translator.
-> Continue reading The long road to graduation: Natalia Redondo Prieto’s journey

Share Button

Chasing the dream: A passion for public relations

Kara Craighead, far left. Photo courtesy of Casey Ronquille. While watching MTV’s “The Hills,” alumna communication student Kara Craighead was inspired to pursue a career in the field of public relations. “The main star Whitney worked as a PR practitioner at a magazine,” said Craighead. “That’s when I was like, ‘I want to do that.’ I
-> Continue reading Chasing the dream: A passion for public relations

Share Button

A tradition, a change, a legacy: What to expect during this year’s ‘Senior Colloquium.”

National Organizational Communication Association President Christophe Robertson   There will be a noticeable change in what has become an annual campus ceremony. During “Senior Colloquium,” the two main events will be held on two separate nights at two different locations. According to National Organizational Communication Association President Christophe Robertson, the colloquium is set for Monday,
-> Continue reading A tradition, a change, a legacy: What to expect during this year’s ‘Senior Colloquium.”

Share Button

Using campus career prospects as a tool for success

Neil Bourgeois / Larshell Green Neil Bourgeois has chosen to take on campus roles that will expand his skills for a future career in student affairs. Originally a music major, Bourgeois decided to study communication in spring 2015 because of a lack of undergraduate degrees in student affairs. Little did he know, the major that
-> Continue reading Using campus career prospects as a tool for success

Share Button

A ‘Normal’ Life

Photo Credit: Larshell Green/ The Lion’s Roar Newspaper Junior communication major Jennifer Dewtwiller appears to be your “normal” university student. She has gotten involved in Press Club by serving as the historian for the multi-platform journalism organization. Her passion for baseball has led her to become a secretary of the Diamond Girls. Dewtwiller has a
-> Continue reading A ‘Normal’ Life

Share Button