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.
SMC freshman Colleen Dulle is the 2013-14 Loyola Outstanding First Year Student. The award honors students for exceptional performance in demonstrating leadership on campus.
Once again, our Bateman students are national finalists in the 2014 PRSSA Bateman Competition. Congratulations!
Two Loyola SMC grads took home two of the biggest awards from the Public Relations Association of Louisiana New Orleans Chapter.
Junior Janeicia Neely has added another athletic honor to her resume’. The Southern States Athletic Conference recently named Neely to its All-Conference team for her standout play on the basketball court.
Senior Ophelia Battle and sophomore Graham Blackall bring Madison Avenue to the bayou, winning big at this year’s Advertising Club of New Orleans ADDY Awards.
Two School of Mass Communication students landed a rare interview with a comic book legend at the Wizard World New Orleans Comic Con event.