A new Communication and Media Studies student with a passion for baseball is already busy working toward a post-college media career and attempting to make history while here on campus.
August 26, 2022
Marika Lyszczyk, who hails from British Columbia, Canada, is a newly-arrived transfer student at Sonoma State University.
A Communication and Media Studies instructor has written a new children’s book that uses the popular genre of princess stories to help empower young girls.
August 26, 2022
Hillary Homzie says she used a non-traditional approach to the subject in her book “If You Were a Princess: True Stories About Brave Leaders from Around the World”.
Gina Baleria Moderated the 2nd District Candidate Forum
May 5, 2022
Dr. Elizabeth Burch will be presenting at the World Journalism Education Congress
April 4, 2022
Major Donation Helps Bring New Media Innovation Lab To Life
December 22, 2021
A combination of university and donor support is giving students at SSU a leg up in breaking into the film and video production industry.
Talena Sanders' Film The Coronation to be screened at the MOMA in NYC
October 20, 2021
A Capitol Career: Former Coms Student Has a Bird’s Eye View of Political History In The Making
September 30, 2021
It’s been a tumultuous time in U.S. politics, and a Communication and Media Studies graduate has had a front row seat for all of the drama.
Gina Baleria Publishes New Book on Journalism
August 18, 2021
From communications graduate to intern for ‘The Emmys’
August 16, 2021
Coms Film Students Use Talent (And Connections) To Join the Marvel Universe
June 10, 2021
Ryan Harvey, (’20) standing in front of Walt Disney Company headquarters, home of Marvel Studios where he was just hired.