Bob Thomas, Ph.D., director of Loyola University New Orleans Center for Environmental Communication, is passionate about nature and biology. And now he’s adding a new media platform to share that passion.
Raycom Media has named Sandy Breland '83 vice president and general manager of WVUE New Orleans.
When he’s not in the classroom, Professor Andrew Nelson is crossing the globe, writing for travel publications. And this month he played a major role for National Geographic Traveler, contributing to their annual list of must-see places for the new year.
New Orleans native and Loyola University graduate Rene Sanchez is now the editor and senior vice president of the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
School of Mass Communication Senior Cameron Hill balances academics and athletics, all while maintaining the highest GPA on the Wolf Pack men's basketball team.
A. Louis Read Distinguished Professor in Communication and Director for the Center For the Study of New Orleans Leslie G. Parr, Ph.D., will travel to France in November to speak at Aix Marseille University about photojournalism coverage of Hurricane Katrina.
School of Mass Communications junior Lucy Dieckhaus took home the second place prize for the Associated Collegiate Press “Story of the Year” competition.
A story written by Loyola University New Orleans student journalist Shannon Donaldson detailing how college students are reaping the benefits of a booming Hollywood South film industry won national recognition May 1 in the Society of Professional Journalists National Mark of Excellence Awards.
SMC alum Michelle Gingras was hired as a multimedia sports reporter at the San Diego Union Tribune last September. She works primarily for their television station UT-TV, but her job is to create visual stories for multiple platforms.
Ophelia Battle is an advertising major and graphic design minor who was a part of Rebirth Advertising, a team winning a student Gold Addy and Best of Show at the Ad Club of New Orleans annual Addy Gala recently.