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WKU PLACES FIRST IN HEARST'S MULTIMEDIA TWO/NEWS COMPETITION (March 17th, 2016)

SJ&B Students Alyse Young, Brittany Greeson earn first and second places, respectively, in Multimedia Two/News

WKU FUSION JOURNALISTS WILL PRODUCE COVERAGE OF MEDIA SUMMIT IN LONDON (March 3rd, 2016)

For sixth consecutive year, SJ&B's Western iMedia students, faculty and alums attend INMA World Congress

MOUNTAIN WORKSHOPS EXHIBIT FROM FRANKFORT AVAILABLE THROUGH MARCH 18 (February 24th, 2016)

Frankfort | The Land Between on display at MMTH Gallery

PROFESSOR TIM BROEKEMA SELECTED FOR NPPA'S EDUCATOR AWARD (January 21st, 2016)

Honor Bestowed for Outstanding Service as Photojournalism Educator

OVER 400 KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ATTEND WKU'S JOURNALISM SCHOLARS DAY (November 20th, 2015)

Awards for On-Site Writing Competition, Yearbook Excellence Announced at Annual Event

WKU MOUNTAIN WORKSHOPS: 40 YEARS OF VISUAL JOURNALISM (October 13th, 2015)

Anniversary Celebration To Begin with Kentucky Historical Society Dinner in Frankfort on Tuesday, Oct. 20

SJ&B, STUDENT PUBLICATIONS TO CO-HOST HOMECOMING EVENT (September 30th, 2015)

SJ&B Joins Student Publications for 65th Annual Student Publications Homecoming Breakfast

SJ&B OFFERING NEW COMPUTER CODING CLASS (September 2nd, 2015)

Advertising Program Also Includes Four IXD Classes Effective Fall Semester 2015

DR. VICTORIA LAPOE SELECTED AS KOPENHAVER FELLOW (August 14th, 2015)

Kopenhaver Center, AEJMC Commission on the Status of Women sponsor third annual Women Faculty Moving Forward Workshop

KBA WKU RADIO TALENT INSTITUTE BEGINS AT SJ&B (July 20th, 2015)

Professional Broadcasters, College Students Participate in Third Annual Institute

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WKU WINS HEARST INTERCOLLEGIATE PHOTOJOURNALISM COMPETITION

23rd win in past 28 years

THREATS TO FREE PRESS IS FOCUS OF ANNUAL JOHN B. GAINES FAMILY LECTURE

Joel Simon of Committee to Protect Journalists to speak on campus Monday, April 3

FILM STUDENTS, PROFESSORS HELP CREATE NEW STYLE OF MOVIE MAKING

Film nominated in IndieWire’s Project of the Year Contest

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