The Drake Magazine staff held its pinup Monday. Staffers Erika Owen and Jeff Nelson tell us what they like most in the spring 2011 issue, which is due out in late April.
Category: School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Six Drake University students won awards, including two for first place, in the Society of Professional Journalists Region 7 Mark of Excellence competition.
Radio-TV seniors Rachel Yancey, Eamonn Cogan, Rebecca Altenhofen and Lauren Staller are competing this week at "War on the Floor" in Las Vegas.
Broadcast News junior-to-be Cassie Bishop is one of five individuals chosen for on-air tryouts to become KCCI’s new morning news traffic reporter.
DrakeLINE is the capstone newscast reported, produced and directed by Electronic Media majors.
Each spring a small group of junior and senior Magazine majors at Drake University travels to New York City on a fast-paced networking trip to meet with editors all across the city.
The School of Journalism and Mass Communication celebrated the graduating class of 2011 and winners of departmental scholarships during an awards ceremony on Sunday evening, April 3.
DrakeLINE is the capstone newscast produced by Electronic Media majors.
DrakeLINE is the capstone newscast produced by Electronic Media majors at Drake University. This week’s anchor is Paige Hulsey. Our producer is Ciera Lundgren and the program is directed by Rachel Yancey.
The faculty and staff of Drake University’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication invite you to be their guest at a dessert reception honoring outstanding students and graduating seniors.