Archive for the school of journalism and broadcasting Tag

Honors in the News: April 1

As a part of his Capstone Experience/Thesis project, Bowling Green Senior Stephen Tabor, a performing arts major, directed a musical with performances Monday and Tuesday. Sophomore Kaitlyn Fouts and freshman J. Morgan Shaffo, along with several other Honors students, were part of the production. Read more about the musical in a Herald article. Hawesville, Ky., junior Billy Stephens is campaigning
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Honors in the News: March 18

Senior Charlie Harris, co-founder of the WKU Americans for Informed Democracy chapter, told the Herald that WKU is close to being designated a fair trade university. The signing of the declaration could happen before the organization hosts the United Students for Fair Trade National Convergence conference this weekend. Sophomore Tessa Duvall shared the lessons she’s learned so far while studying
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Honors in the News: Nov. 19

Caitlin Pike, a junior public relations major from La Grange, Ky., is president of Kappa Delta sorority and was featured in a story and video by the Herald. Several Honors students are involved with a new online news site launched this week through the School of Journalism and Broadcasting. Junior broadcasting and theater double-major Nate Hovee and junior public relations
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Fleischaker-Greene Scholars are nominated for national award

The 2010 Fleischaker-Greene Scholars Class, Farm to Fork, has been nominated for an Online News Award from the Online Journalism Association in the category of multimedia feature presentation, student.(Read more…)