During its annual awards ceremony, hosted April 18 in Turner Theatre, the school acknowledged high achievement from students, faculty and staff.
Students from Walter M. Williams High School were invited to come to the station and learn about college radio as part of a new community outreach program.
The strategic communications major wrote an April 15 article titled “March For Our Lives activism spreads to Times Square” highlighting the movement’s use of billboards in the world-famous commercial intersection and tourist destination in New York City.
The discussion with Anthony Hatcher and Amanda Sturgill will be moderated by Meredith Stutz ‘16, a reporter with NBC affiliate WXII in Winston-Salem.
Elon University, a Campus Consortium partner of the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, hosted an April 11 community lecture featuring photojournalist Allison Shelley.
Donna Orender spoke with students and faculty, highlighting her athletic and professional career, which includes leading several high-profile companies.
The coordinating producer of Elon Sports Vision, formerly Maroon Sports, returned to her native Minnesota to support three of the network’s basketball-centric shows.
School of Communications students Alex Mancuso ’19, Hannah Garfield ’19 and Jared Mayerson ’20 screened their film “Knock Knock” on April 12 at the Visions Film Festival in Wilmington.
A film by School of Communications students Sophia Ortiz ’21 and Riley Bradford ’21 captured first place in the 2019 RiverRun International Film Festival’s Documentary Pitch Fest, a student competition judged by industry experts.
The annual awards celebrate alumni from the past decade who have achieved major professional success, serve as difference-makers in their communities and loyally support Elon.