A partnership between Loyola School of Mass Communication students and a major news organization is bringing professional experience and awards to the SMC.
Andreanecia Morris was one of 50 women honored by CityBusiness in 2014 for their professional and community achievements.
Loyola Mass Communications Professor Valerie Andrews was named Educator of the Year by the New Orleans Chapter of the Public Relations Association of Louisiana.
SMC journalism professor Lisa Collins has returned to the WDSU newsroom to produce a documentary about the Louisiana National Guard.
Raven Richard ’14 is the newest TV news reporter at KNDO/KNDU in Yakima, Washington.
School of Mass Communication media advisor and instructor Michael Giusti is a member of Gambit magazine’s 40 Under 40 Class of 2014.
Loyola School of Mass Communication Junior Graham Blackall is turning his passion for food and fashion into a successful internship and jobs.
School of Mass Communications senior Lucy Dieckhaus received the Robert D.G. Lewis First Amendment Award September 5th from the Society of Professional Journalists.
Cameron Hill ’14 is using his Loyola degree to transform a passion for sports into a career at ESPN.
Valeria Arias ’14 showed up to one of Panama’s top media corporations with no appointment and a resume in hand. Arias was determined to land a job with TVN Media headquartered in Panama City, Panama by presenting her social media skills and portfolio.