Before Maureen Maher became the host of 48 Hours Mystery, she always had an itch for piecing together the enigma behind the criminal mind...One school. Four majors. Endless possibilities.
"Journalism is a big responsibility. It's something that you are called to and it's bigger than you," said DNAinfo.org reporter Adeshina Emmanuel. Adeshina and CBS 2 reporter, Susan Carlson, share their stories and advice with a young journalist.
The word health represents far more than an absence of illness, 30-minutes of physical activity or a serving of vegetables at dinner; it reflects our fears, our struggles, our triumphs, our confusion, our...lives.
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Your career is already starting when you’re in those classes. It’s building the foundation … You need to be in the mindset that the impression you give off when you go to class is the impression your employers are going to see, said Jackie Ingles
“I like to understand how groups of people make meaning and why they behave and do the things that they do,” Dr. Morris said. “In advertising, when you learn about a target audience, you’re trying to get inside their heads."
Students in the School of Communication were honored for outstanding achievement during Loyola's Weekend of Excellence. On Friday SOC opened the weekends events with a reception for award winning students in ADPR, Communication Studies, International Film and Media Studies and Journalsim and a showcase of student projects. On Monday the The Ebeling PR-ize was awarded at the ADPR Reception.
Junior Philip Kraft and Freshman Joseph Carroll went to the quarterfinals of the Élysée Treaty Debates, hosted by The Embassy of France and The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, in collaboration with American University and George Washington University.
“The best part is that we get to use the equipment,” said junior Megan Carabelli, current co-assistant producer. “We get to experience working in a studio with high-tech equipment that some local studios in Chicago don’t even have.”
“After the shooting at Sandy Hook [Elementary] School, as I was watching the news, I became increasingly anxious about wildly inaccurate reporting about guns,” said Al Tompkins, The Poynter Institute’s senior faculty for broadcasting and online.
"We understand the potential of what it means to be fully connected,” says Simple Scott, but what does it mean to be fully connected? Using websites like Facebook, Google, Twitter, Amazon, and Netflix constitutes as fully connected. Ten years ago we could not imagine this immense connection.
“We should know the process of how consumers process advertising information. However, [students] also need to know how to use newer platforms, like games, mobile apps and any of the newer technologies,” Dr. Yoo said.