As part of the spring 2020 First Amendment seminar class (JL MC 497D), Josh Lamberty, a recent graduate in journalism and mass communication, shares his reflections on a lecture titled “How to Be an Antiracist” by Dr. Ibram X. Kendi for the Iowa State University Martin Luther King, Jr., Legacy Convocation in January.
As part of the spring 2020 First Amendment seminar class (JL MC 497D), Cierra Williams, junior in journalism and mass communication, reflects on a lecture titled “How to Be an Antiracist” by Dr. Ibram X. Kendi for the Martin Luther King, Jr., Legacy Convocation in January.
As we’ve all adapted to the new normal to successfully complete this year, we remain grateful for the time spent with students — both face to face and virtually — and have fond memories from classes this year.
In her first year at Iowa State, Loretta McGraw, junior in journalism and mass communication, has put her journalism skills into practice at the Iowa State Daily, Ethos magazine and Greenlee School TV.
Caleb Woods, graduating senior in public relations, reflects on his Greenlee School experience, including working for two startups in Sydney for his 499A internship and his favorite moments in Hamilton Hall.
Bridget Hepworth found her footing in public relations as a sophomore. She shares how studying abroad in Italy, working at the Writing and Media Center on campus and being involved with the Iowa State Daily and Film Producers Club have shaped her career goals and boosted her confidence.
Annie Cassutt, junior in public relations, shares how a 499A internship scholarship supported her as she worked as a public relations intern at the Octagon Center for the Arts in Ames in summer and fall 2019.