Public Relations Students Interview Head Basketball Coach Leonard Hamilton

This semester, students in Professor Chanta Haywood’s speechwriting class had the experience of a lifetime. Instead of writing speeches for figurative occasions or historical figures, students interviewed FSU Head Basketball Coach, Leonard Hamilton. Haywood wanted her students to write speeches that use language well and reflect solid critical thinking, while also getting real-life experience of …

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Students Present at National STARS Conference

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Launched at FSU in 2006, the mission of the STARS (Students & Technology in Academia, Research & Service) Alliance is based in servant leadership. The FSU student organization is part of a national network of over 50 colleges and universities with a mission to develop college students and faculty as leaders who broaden participation for …

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Student Academy of Audiology Completes Virtual Campaign

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The Student Academy of Audiology (SAA) participated in a week-long campaign titled “Ask Me About Audiology” this past October. From October 16-20, students in SAA worked to educate the local community about hearing healthcare, the impact of hearing loss/noise exposure, and the profession of audiology. Due to the constraints COVID-19 places on hosting in-person events, …

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School of Communication Hosts Honors in the Major Info Session

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This article was written by Jenny Ralph, a senior media communication studies student and School of Communication Director’s Ambassador. On Wednesday, Sept. 30, FSU’s School of Communication will be hosting their very own Honors in the Major Informational Meeting at 4 p.m. (EST). This virtual Q&A event will feature the School of Communication’s Honors Liaison, …

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Summer Abroad Publication Releases First Remote Edition

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Each summer, FSU’s International Programs hosts study abroad sessions in several countries including England, Spain, and Italy. This year, however, COVID-19 created a different scenario. For many students, this may have meant scrolling through TikTok instead of visiting art galleries, learning a new language, and discovering another culture across the pond. A few communication students …

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SAMCS Conference Partners with Media Meet Conference

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written by Vaibhav Diwanji FSU’s South Asian Media and Cultural Studies Conference (SAMCS) is pleased to announce their partnership with the Media Meet 2020 Conference. The Department of Media Studies of CHRIST (Deemed to be University) Bangalore, India will be hosting its flagship event Media Meet 2020, an International Virtual Conference, on August 27-29. This …

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FSU iCamp Goes Virtual for Third Year

FSU iCamp Goes Virtual For Third Year

Attending summer camp is something students look forward to throughout the entire school year, but just as the pandemic has impacted lives across the globe, it has impacted summer camps in the United States. Usually held on campus for five weeks, Florida State University’s iCamp is no exception. With a commitment to delivering a fun …

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