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WKU FINISHES THIRD OVERALL IN 2016 HEARST COMPETITION (June 1st, 2016)

Three Students Competing for Multimedia, Photojournalism National Titles

WKU SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM & BROADCASTING EARNS ACEJMC REACCREDITATION (May 9th, 2016)

Reaccredited majors include Advertising, Broadcasting, Journalism, Photojournalism and Public Relations

WKU BROADCASTING MAJORS WIIN AWARDS FROM KY AP BROADCASTERS (May 2nd, 2016)

Nine Broadcasting Majors Earn Five First Place Awards, 14 Total Awards in 11 Categories

WKU STUDENT PR TEAMS WIN PARTHENON AWARDS (April 29th, 2016)

Public Relations Capstone Projects Earn Top Awards From PRSA Nashville for 4th Year in a Row

SAVING LIBERTY: WKU STUDENTS TURN TO SOCIAL MEDIA TO RESTORE AVIATION HISTORY (April 22nd, 2016)

Campaign Set to Raise Funds for Restoration of De Havilland 4 (DH-4) Airframe

WKU PR SENIORS EARN HONORABLE MENTION IN PRSSA NATIONAL BATEMAN COMPETITION (April 20th, 2016)

Vets on the Hill Public Relations Campaign Brings Awareness to WKU Student Veterans Alliance

NEW YORK TIMES REPORTER TO BE JOHN B. GAINES FAMILY LECTURER (April 12th, 2016)

WKU Alumna Nikita Stewart will address campus on Monday, April 25

ARI BERMAN, AUTHOR OF 'GIVE US THE BALLOT,' TO SPEAK AT WKU ON APRIL 7 (March 29th, 2016)

Event presented by WKU's Fleischaker-Greene Scholars Program, SJ&B, Potter College, Dept of History and ICSR

VIDEO SERIES SEEKS TO PROTOTYPE MILLENNIAL NEWS (March 24th, 2016)

'Flannery's Porch' features the story of two women struggling to preserve Southern writer Flannery O'Connor's home

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

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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

OVER 270 KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ATTEND WKU'S ANNUAL JOURNALISM SCHOLARS DAY

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