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Pull Up to the First: A Recap of Mass Communications Week
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Pull Up to the First: A Recap of Mass Communications Week

Aisja Cunningham Last week marked this year Mass Communications Week, an annual week dedicated to enhancing Lincoln University students knowledge on the field of Mass Communications. This year’s Mass Communications week consisted of LUCommuCon, a two-day event open to all majors that incorporated a variety of guest speakers, and two days dedicated to field trips offered to Mass Communications majors to various broadcasting stations. LUCommuCon took place Tuesday, March 13 and Wednesday, March 14 in the International Cultural Center. Day one consisted of various forums hosted by guests speakers thriving in the field of Mass Communications. Day two was termed as Alumni Palooza as it welcomed back notable Lincoln Alumni, who have achieved success within the field of Mass Communication...
The New Mass Communications Staff
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The New Mass Communications Staff

By Marquis Butler     Meet Professor Haywood, a fellow HBCU graduate who loves to take the chance to give back to the world's future leaders. During Haywood's undergrad career she obtained a dual degree at State University of New York Old Westbury where she majored in American Studies and Mass Communications. Haywood then went to take her education to the next level at Norfolk State University where she received her masters in education. She loves everything that Lincoln has to offer and wants to be apart of the future building blocks to take the University to the next level. Dr. House is one of  the newest members of the Department of Mass Communications family. She received  an undergraduate degree in Broadcast Journalism and  a master’s degree in Curriculum and...
Strategic Communication Services by The Tawni Logues
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Strategic Communication Services by The Tawni Logues

Access solid strategic communication services by The Tawni Logues.  The Tawni Logues, LLC is a boutique communications firm helping to build brands and companies through sharp and strategic writing and editing services. The company specializes in unique approaches to getting each client’s point across.   www.TheTawniLogues.com E: Info@TheTawniLogues.com Clientele: Ambassador Andrew Young The Ludacris Foundation The Vortex and Asics Atlanta Falcons Services Include: Biography -Short (2 paragraphs) - $100 Full page - $200 + Press release - $125 + Edits - Starting rate: $55 + Business plans -$150 + Articles - $100 + Sponsorship and donation letters -$60 + Speech writing - $200 + Product descriptions – Packages available Resume: Editing ...
Barnes Foundation to host Endowment Scholarship Fundraiser
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Barnes Foundation to host Endowment Scholarship Fundraiser

  Lincoln University Partners with Renowned Museum to Fund Endowment for Undergraduate Research  Art enthusiasts and supporters of higher education are invited to attend an evening at the Barnes Foundation to support Lincoln University’s Endowed Undergraduate Student Research Scholarship Fund. The Endowed Undergraduate Student Research Scholarship Fund was established in partnership with Lincoln’s Class of 1970 to support the work of select undergraduate students from their chosen discipline who undertake scholarly projects. Projects will be formal student-faculty collaboration intended for publication in scholarship or project journals. The fundraiser takes place Sunday, October 22 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Barnes Foundation located at 2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway in...
Graduation Approaching
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Graduation Approaching

By: Michael Howard Four years ago you, a freshman stepped onto Lincoln University campus and dreamed of the day that you would be walking across the stage receiving your degree. In just a couple of months the seniors here at Lincoln University, will be completing their journey taking a step into the post-grad world. For some students this will be it in terms of schooling; some will get a job, some may start families and become independent in this world. However, some students may go right into graduate school looking to better themselves by obtaining their master’s degree. This 2017 graduating class will produce a variety of different students, you have SGA members, student athletes, greek affiliated students and many more. This spring semester is going by fast and for some seniors i...
Let’s Reflect: Mass Comm Week 2017
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Let’s Reflect: Mass Comm Week 2017

By: Marquis Butler Mass Communications week was by far the best part of my spring semester. The highlight of the week was the panel that took place on Monday. Multiple alumni came back to Lincoln and gave their experience of their real life view post Lincoln hosted by Nicole Webb. I was very inspired by people like Kofi and Kiara Jackson who are in the entertainment field in which I would like to get into. As many people in my life know I want to be an Actor and getting the advice of how their journey is going in the real world has shown me that I am following the right foot steps and action plans. Moving forward I would love to come back and speak of my view to the rest of the current students at Lincoln. Another thing I took from the panel is building relationships with the ...
The 5th Annual Humanities and Social Sciences Conference
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The 5th Annual Humanities and Social Sciences Conference

The 5th Annual Humanities and Social Sciences Conference “Making Strangers: Outsiders, Aliens and Foreigners” Saturday, April 1, 2017 Lincoln University Conference “Digitizing Lived Experience: Strangeness in Teaching and Learning” Mass Com Panel Title & Rationale: Panel at 10:30-11:50 Grim 308 This panel features digital lived experiences of “outsider,” foreign,” and “alien” in the context of teaching and learning. Presenters: Nicole Files-Thompson, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Department of Mass Communication, Lincoln University Heshvah Gladden, Class of 2016, Department of Mass Communication, Lincoln University Tasha Saint-Louis, Class of 2017, Department of Mass Communication, Lincoln University Constance Ebienfa, Class of 2017, Department of Mass Communication, Lincoln Uni...
4th Annual Mass Comm Week
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4th Annual Mass Comm Week

"Positioning For Power" By: Alana Hudson Midterms are over and it’s about that time we start recognizing our majors in a different light. Brace yourselves mass comm gang this is the week for you to go out with a bang. Mar 20th- 24th will be filled of guest speakers that have succeeded in our field of study. So here are some footnotes to prepare you on what to expect from this week and whom you should be expecting. Monday will be a few things to expect but you can’t miss the “Views from the View”, hosted by our very own Nicole Webb. This event is a panel discussion from a various amount of Lincoln alumni; they’ll keep it real with how Lincoln has prepared them and how their success came about after graduation. Tuesday, Ron Martin an anchorman at WGAL will bless your presence...