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SJMC Monday Memo | March 26, 2018

SJMC hosts exhibit by local high school students The north lobby of Meredith Hall will host a photo exhibit featuring the photos of local high school students, through the end of April. The show is a product of CultureALL, a Des Moines non-profit that encourages communication across difference through cultural programming.  DBS Relays Want to...

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SJMC Monday Memo | March 19, 2018

Welcome back, Mallory! Dean’s assistant Mallory Quinn has returned from maternity leave. Stop by Mer. 119 and welcome her back to Meredith Hall. SJMC students nominated for Emmys Two SJMC students have been nominated for awards in the Upper Midwest Regional Student Television Awards of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Sam Fathallah...

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SJMC Monday Memo | March 5, 2018

Applications open for campus media leadership Anyone interested in applying for a leadership position in a campus media organization for the 2018-19 academic year is encouraged to submit an application to the Board of Student Communications: faculty chair Jeff Inman (jeffrey.inman@drake.edu) and SJMC senator Jake Bullington (jacob.bullington@drake.edu). Available positions include president of Drake Broadcasting System,...

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Katrina Sletten receives Brooke Owens Fellowship for women in aerospace fields

Katrina Sletten receives Brooke Owens Fellowship for women in aerospace fields

The maximum course load at Drake University is 18 credit hours per semester. Senior Katrina Sletten has had six 18-credit semesters as she strives to graduate with a triple major across disciplines, studying physics, astronomy and public relations with a minor in mathematics. In addition to her full academic schedule, she has worked at the...

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SJMC Monday Memo | Feb. 19, 2018

U.S.-Japan relations in a fraught time Fumiaki Kubo, professor of American government and history at the University of Tokyo, will speak on Thursday, March 1, 7 p.m. in Mer. 106. Professor Kubo, an expert on U.S.-Japanese relations, will discuss the state of the alliance during an uncertain time in the Asia Pacific region. The lecture...