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Mainstream media misrepresentation: Marcus Pruitt unpacks the facts as a Black American
Marcus Pruitt expected more when viewing a Target commercial, but quickly learned it paid less attention to the accuracy of Black American representation than needed. Expect more, pay less. Indeed, Target.
From Spivak to a sauna: How improv artist Pal Henrik Kristiansen invented the new Norse way of tasting wine
When a waiter threw a bucket of water in Pal Henrik’s face, relief—not anger—crashed over him. After all, he’d been in a sauna for the last hour making up stories.
Twins by chance, COM majors by choice: Seeing double in the School of Communication
You can’t say twins without wins—it’s true. And that makes the School of Communication the gold star recipient.
With moves like Jagger, communication studies major David Allen steps onstage for success
It was not an uncommon occurrence for David Allen to sing after his team scored a touchdown. Though not in celebration—but as a warm-up for his next gig. Bouncing between the Rochester High School football field and a Madrigals acapella concert was simply … routine.
Level up with the School of Communication’s Promotion and Development Team
A new festival will shine a light on short films of high school and college students.
Professor John McHale receives 2023 Award of Excellence from the Broadcast Education Association
A film script about Illinois State University students and faculty who served in the Civil War, written by Professor John McHale, was recognized with the 2023 Award of Excellence from the Broadcast Education Association, which represents over 250 colleges and universities around the world.
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