While we’re all looking forward to having students back on campus in the fall, instructors have worked hard to adapt to the current online format, even using it bring some “star power” into
Hi! My name is Kylie Rose Lawrence. I am a California native but spent much of my childhood in the Pacific Northwest, specifically Washington state.
Associate Professor Emily Acosta Lewis and Assistant Professor Talena Sanders were awarded $8,000 each for two separate proposals.
Coms student and baseball player Desmond Gates was a recent focus of a story by Press Democrat Sports columnist Bob Padecky.
Many students may not know it yet, but the Communication and Media Studies Department has taken an important step into its future.
Ryan Harvey, a 2020 graduate of Communication and Media Studies, has won national recognition for the Campus Movie Fest film he wrote and directed during his final year at SSU.
Professor Elizabeth Burch’s manuscript, “A Sea Change For Climate Refugees In The South Pacific: How Social Media—Not Journalism—Tells Their Real Story,” was selected to be featured at the annual A
If Aubrie Tolliver could describe her career in one word, it would probably be “storyteller.”
Amy Gutierrez is no stranger to taking on new challenges.
The Communication and Media Studies Department’s newest permanent faculty member didn’t start out with an eye toward a career in higher education, but her media background and passion for what she