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Thursday, November 15, 2018 - 7:00pm
Global Eyewitness: Puerto Rico
Join the UNL photojournalism program Global Eyewitness for the premiere of its latest in depth project, ‘Left in the Dark’, which raises awareness to the humanitarian crisis in Puerto Rico post-María. Students used a variety of visual storytelling techniques to create their multimedia pieces.
by Rylie Kalb, senior agricultural and environmental sciences communication major from Wataga, Illinois
Ryan Schreurs always knew he loved sports, but he never expected to attend 50 home baseball games in Lincoln. This summer, Schreurs had the opportunity to intern with a local sports team—the Lincoln Saltdogs.
by Abaigeal Nicholas, a junior advertising and public relations major from Omaha
With high entrepreneurial aspirations, University of Nebraska-Lincoln student Olivia Wilson decided transferring into the College of Journalism and Mass Communications was the perfect recipe for success.
by Lydia Dexter, ADPR student from Davey, Nebraska
Logan John knew next to nothing about her major before choosing it. The 2018 alumna chose advertising and public relations because it sounded cool. She knew she was good at writing, but was unsure how to make a career out of it. But when she was pushed to the limit in her creative concept class, she knew she had chosen the right major.
CoJMC alumna Mecca Slaughter is working as a professor of English at the University of Tetovo in Macedonia. Slaughter is a May 2016 journalism graduate and a May 2018 master’s grad from the integrated media communications track.