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The CoJMC hosted a multicultural homecoming celebration the week of Sept. 23-29. Six women visited the CoJMC to speak to classes and answer students’ questions about life after graduation. Juanita Page, a 2004 broadcasting major, was one of the women celebrated.
The CoJMC recently celebrated homecoming by showcasing multicultural alumnae in many classes and celebrating their accomplishments. Molly Chapple, an alumna and enrolled member of the Ioway Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska, is one of the women the college was celebrating.
by Molly Chapple When Collective Impact Lincoln launched a canvassing and community building effort in the city’s six most economically challenged neighborhoods, College of Journalism and Mass Communications faculty saw an opportunity to immerse students from all of its majors in a hands-on civic engagement project.