Students have portfolios reviewed by mass media professionals as part of #MCJDay
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The Crew at Southern Miss filming Slashtag.
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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.

College Hall - Home of the School of Mass Communication and Journalism
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STATE-OF-THE-ART TECHNOLOGY
Students have portfolios reviewed by mass media professionals as part of #MCJDay
The Crew at Southern Miss filming Slashtag.
College Hall - Home of the School of Mass Communication and Journalism

News and Events

February 19, 2019 - Within the last few hours, the School of Communication at the University of Southern Mississippi learned of Mr. Goodloe Sutton’s call for violence and the return of the Ku Klux Klan.  Mr. Sutton’s subsequent rebuttals and attempts at clarification only reaffirm the misguided and dangerous nature of his comments.

The School of Communication strongly condemns Mr. Sutton’s remarks as they are antithetical to all that we value as scholars of journalism, the media, and human communication. Our University’s values of social responsibility and citizenship, inclusion and diversity, and integrity and civility are the foundation upon which we have built our School and its programs.

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Tribute to Jada Bright

Jada Bright, senior public relations major

The School of Communication mourns the tragic death of public relations senior Jada Bright, 23, of Slidell, LA. Jada was killed in a car accident on Thanksgiving day traveling home to be with her family. Her death has touched many at Southern Miss and in the surrounding Hattiesburg community and has given us pause to treasure the gift of life. We give thanks for Jada’s life and for the academic talents and liveliness she brought to the School of Communication and to Southern Miss.  Jada will always be a member of the Southern Miss and School of Communication family. We will continue to honor and keep her memory alive in our hearts and through the work we do as mentors and educators. We will keep Jada’s loved ones and friends, along with the faculty, staff and students she touched in our thoughts and prayers.

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Summer & Fall Advisement

Advisement for the summer and fall terms is around the corner. More details to come in our weekly Tuesday's Tidbits email announcements.