President Bennett cuts the ribbon to celebrate the official reopening.
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Professionals review student portfolios during Career Days, March 2014.
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“Hub City TV” is produced by students & airs on WHLT-TV, a local CBS affiliate.
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School of Mass Communication and Journalism at Southern Miss: Check us out!

This video is a production of The Crew, a student ran video production group at the University of Southern Mississippi in the School of Mass Communication and Journalism. This video showcases the School, and gives prospective students an idea of what Southern Miss has to offer in the areas of journalism, recording industry and film.

STATE-OF-THE-ART TECHNOLOGY
Students interview Camp Invention participants.
{top: 25, left: 25}2014 High School Journalism Workshop
President Bennett cuts the ribbon to celebrate the official reopening.
Professionals review student portfolios during Career Days, March 2014.
“Hub City TV” is produced by students & airs on WHLT-TV, a local CBS affiliate.
Students interview Camp Invention participants.

Broadcast Journalism Students Earn Prestigious Raycom Fellowships

DeVoe and Stepney Earn Raycom Fellowships

Two University of Southern Mississippi students studying broadcast journalism have earned highly competitive fellowships from Raycom Media, Inc. Click the photo above to learn more! Congrats Emily DeVoe (left) and Hillary Stepney (right).

The Campaign for Mass Comm

In 2013, the School of Mass Communication and Journalism at Southern Miss entered a new phase in its history when it moved to the newly renovated College Hall, a 30,000-square foot, 100-year-old building central to the University’s history. The new College Hall features high tech classrooms, labs and studios.

Alumni, friends and industry leaders are encouraged to continue to participate in this important campaign to invest in Mass Communication and Journalism education at Southern Miss. Click the link below to see how you can plug in and help out!

 The Campaign for Mass Comm

 

Alumni Spotlight

Eric Langevin, 1999 graduate in Broadcast Journalism from Southern Miss
Eric Langevin, '99 MCJ broadcast journalism alum, is Assistant Division Director of Donor Recruitment & Community Relations at the Hoxworth Blood Center at the University of Cincinnati. Hoxworth Blood Center supplies 30 hospitals in a 17-country region. Langevin was recently honored as one of the "Top 40 Under 40" in Cincinnati, Ohio. Read how he got his start by clicking the photo above!