Ashley Fruge’ ’14 is moving from the Big Easy to Baton Rouge to become a full-time traffic anchor and reporter at WBRZ-TV.
While at Loyola, Fruge’ was a key part of the team that launched the Maroon Minute, the SMC’s daily webcast. One week after graduation Fruge’ plugged into the SMC’s vast alumni network and began work as a desk assistant at WWL-TV. She soon moved into an on-air position.
SMC Den of Distinction member Peter Finney has published a new book, giving readers insight into his prolific career as a sports writer over six decades.
Finney began his writing career as a college freshman at Loyola University in 1945. He went on to work for the States-Item, and later the Times-Picayune, until his retirement in 2013.
Janeicia Neely ’15 is fulfilling her lifelong dream of playing professional basketball.
Loyola School of Mass Communication Senior Mary Staes is turning her multimedia training from SMC classes into opportunities for unique internships.
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.