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Alumni Miguel Gonzalez gives hope for the future with a look into his past

Since graduating from the College in August 2019 as a journalism major, Miguel Gonzalez has taken the time to reflect on his time spent in the College’s journalism program, as well as The Signal, and how it encouraged him to pursue a career at The New York Post.

Alumni Sydney Shaw shares experiences, memories and advice

After graduating from the College in 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts in journalism, Sydney Shaw was not sure where post-graduation life would take her.

Larry King, “Larry King Live,” dead at 87

King was a staple across American households and was known for his direct, yet non-confrontational approach to interviewing. He often came with little preparation as he wanted the interview to feel like it is coming from the audience’s perspective. His trademark suspenders and slicked-back hair gave King a memorable appearance.

New York Times responds to Lauren Wolfe accusations

The New York Times released a statement on Sunday clarifying that the decision to end involvement with freelance editor Lauren Wolfe was not in response to her comments during Joe Biden’s inauguration.

Despite a heartbreaking year, hope is always present

This year hasn't been easy. I’ve spoken with countless amounts of people who’ve lost their loved ones from a virus that has crushed the nation’s soul. I would wake up early and stay up late to keep up with the heartbreaking news that would appear again and again. And I’m burnt out.

‘Fighting the Infodemic’ webinar assesses public trust, fake news

Led through the journalism department, the webinar “Fighting the Infodemic: Fake news, public trust and fighting public health policy,” streamed on Oct. 7 from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Open to students and invited guests, the webinar discussed media in the age of Covid-19 and the fights consumers must take to obtain credible information.

School of the Arts and Communication introduces new broadcast, multimedia minor

The College will begin offering a new interdisciplinary Broadcast and Multimedia Journalism minor for the fall semester. The new minor is designed to give students knowledge and experience in the vast broadcast journalism industry.

NBC anchor leads journalism master class

NBC10 Philadelphia news anchor Keith Jones visited the College on Monday, April 8 at 11 a.m. to give a masterclass on his experience in broadcast journalism in the Kendall Hall TV Studio.

Distinguished professor covers Cosby trial

The School of Arts and Communication continued its fall 2018 faculty lecture series with its fifth presentation titled, “Celebrity Culture and the Criminal Justice System” in Mayo Concert Hall on Oct. 19.   

Renowned journalist shares her expertise with students

Renowned journalist Lara Logan offered insight to aspiring student journalists and experienced faculty members alike during a presentation hosted by the School of Arts and Communication in Mayo Concert Hall on Wednesday, Sept. 26.    

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