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Maria Ramirez Uribe ’20 to investigate race and equity during Report for America program
May 20, 2021
The Elon alumna was recently named a member of Report for America’s 2021-22 reporting corps, a national service program that places journalists in local newsrooms to report on under-covered issues and communities.
‘Regulars,’ directed by alumna Emma Kopkowski ’20, heads to RiverRun Film Festival
May 3, 2021
The film is part of a North Carolina shorts category and will be screened in person on Wednesday, May 12, and virtually on Thursday, May 13.
Lily Peskin ’21 named finalist for PRWeek’s Outstanding Student Award
March 10, 2021
The strategic communications major designed a sustainable campaign for New York Fashion Week to become one of the five finalists in this year’s competition.
Students, alumnus honored at virtual RTDNAC awards ceremony
November 19, 2020
Jack Norcross ’21 and Liam Collins ’20 were among the honorees at the 2020 Radio Television Digital News Association of the Carolinas Convention, showcasing the best broadcast journalism in North Carolina and South Carolina.
Emery Eisner ’22 receives Pulitzer Center’s Climate Science Reporting Fellowship
October 30, 2020
The journalism major will investigate climate injustice in Robeson County, examining a region devastated by two hurricanes in recent years.
Cornelius Muller ’93 leads Unity in Communications conversation about the film industry
October 22, 2020
The Elon alumnus participated in a virtual “dinner” on Oct. 20, discussing his inspiration and the challenges he overcame to start his North Carolina-based film company.
WEEE ‘breaks ice’ with a discussion about race and gender in entertainment
September 21, 2020
Nearly 50 Elon students, alumnae and faculty joined the Sept. 15 conversation to discuss on how the Elon community can demonstrate authentic allyship in the media industry.
Elon alumna Victoria Traxler ’20 investigates juvenile justice in the U.S.
September 17, 2020
As part of her 2020 Carnegie-Knight News21 Fellowship, Victoria Traxler ’20 reported on racial disparities, facility conditions and lack of data in the juvenile justice system.
Unity in Communications program kicks off semester with meet and greet
September 17, 2020
Kari Taylor ’09, Elon University’s deputy chief of staff, spoke to students during a Sept. 15 online meeting about her experience as a woman of color in the television and film industries.
WEEE discusses race and gender in film at first meeting of the semester
September 10, 2020
The networking initiative welcomed prospective students and hosted a discussion about Beyoncé’s new movie, “Black Is King,” examining the impact of representation in the media industry.