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Miami Herald publishes MU's Cuba stories

The Miami Herald packaged several of MJF students' reporting projects on its site. In its Cuba section, the Miami Herald has stories by students Elizabeth Hansen, Emily Williams, Jack Evans and Kevin Vestal, who participated in our first-ever Cuba study abroad program. Clinical faculty member Joe Sampson also has a story about a Cuban newspaper on the site. Check out the stories.


The Miami Student wins first places in SPJ contest

The Miami Student was named best non-daily newspaper in Ohio in the Best of Ohio contest sponsored by the Society of Professional Journalists. Editor Reis Thebault also won best college news writing for his coverage of the Eldemire murder/suicide. The Miami Student is an independent newspaper that covers the Miami campus and the Oxford community. It is run entirely by students. Check out its website at http://www.miamistudent.net.


Communications grad to serve as trustee

Gov. John Kasich has appointed John Christopher Pascoe (Miami ’91) of Worthington, Ohio, to Miami University’s board of trustees. Pascoe was a mass communications major at Miami who also was the head engineer for WMSR. Read more.


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Events

September 21, 2016
Luis Ferrer presents “Security: A Permanent Challenge for Latin America”

Sponsored by the Center for American & World Cultures, with MJF support. Ferrer’s lecture will center on a documentary and analytical research that studied security issues, public policy and violence in Venezuela.

6:30-8 p.m., McGuffey Hall 322


September 22, 2016
Jason Mittell on videographic criticism

Jason Mittell, Professor of Film & Media Culture and American Studies at Middlebury College, will present "Videographic Criticism and New Directions in Film & Media Studies."

4 p.m., Shideler Hall 152


September 29-30, 2016
Karlos Hill lectures on the impact of lynching

Karlos Hill, Associate Professor of History at Texas Tech University, speaks about his recently published book, “Beyond the Rope: The Impact of Lynching on Black Culture and Memory.” Sponsored by the Black World Studies program, with MJF support.

4 p.m., Shideler Hall 152


October 3, 2016
Concussion: Don't Break the Rules, Change the Game

Dr. Bennett Omalu and Jeanne Marie Laskas present "Concussion: Don't Break the Rules, Change the Game." Admission is free, but tickets must be obtained at the box office beginning Wednesday, September 8.

7:30 p.m., Hall Auditorium


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