Category: Student Perspective

Greenlee students finalists in national media planning competition

Last fall, then first-year students Clare Vilmont, public relations and political science, and Ellie Flynn-Snider, public relations and data science, began the months-long process of competing in the Washington Media Scholars Media Plan Case Competition. This summer they traveled to Washington, D.C. as finalists.The Washington Media Scholars Foundation holds an annual media planning case competition … Continue reading Greenlee students finalists in national media planning competition

Dining out in Italy

By Emma McDowell, senior in public relations It’s no secret that food is a key part of Italian culture. It’s one of the things I was most looking forward to when preparing for my study abroad trip to Urbino, Italy. However, there were many cultural traditions around dining out that I had to learn.   … Continue reading Dining out in Italy

Reflection on Student Press Freedom Day: Connor Bahr

As part of #StudentPressFreedom day on Feb. 23, Mark Witherspoon, retired editorial advisor for the Iowa State Daily, and Kylee Haueter, Daily editor-in-chief, spoke about their experiences fighting for student press freedom. Students in JLMC497D First Amendment seminar attended the discussion and wrote blogs reflecting on what they heard. One of those blogs is published below.

Connor Bahr is a student at Iowa State University studying anthropology, French, and journalism and mass communication.

Reflection on Student Press Freedom: Hannah Patton

As part of #StudentPressFreedom day on Feb. 23, Mark Witherspoon, retired editorial advisor for the Iowa State Daily, and Kylee Haueter, Daily editor-in-chief, spoke about their experiences fighting for student press freedom. Students in JLMC497D First Amendment seminar attended the discussion and wrote blogs reflecting on what they heard. One of those blogs is published below. My name is Hannah Patton. I am a senior at Iowa State, studying English with journalism and technical communications minors.

How Petra Owusu found her path at the Greenlee School of Journalism and Mass Communication

Growing up, Petra Owusu dreamed of being in the world of journalism, either as a news anchor or magazine writer. Once she reached her junior year of high school, those dreams changed. At a college fair, she learned about public relations and advertising. With P.R., she realized she could still pursue her creativity but also … Continue reading How Petra Owusu found her path at the Greenlee School of Journalism and Mass Communication