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Undergrads Explore National Identity and Nationalism in Washington, D.C.

For SNF Paideia designated course, COMM 4460: Media Industries and Nationalism, students took a class trip to the nation's capital.

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Jo Piazza (C'02) Delivers 2022 Communication Major Graduation Speech

The author and journalist encouraged students to be as adaptable throughout their careers as they were during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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2022 Undergraduate Communication Major Award Winners

Eight students were recognized for their outstanding achievements with awards from the Annenberg School.

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Twelve Comm Majors Complete Honors Theses

Twelve Communication seniors will present their theses findings in-person at the Annenberg School.

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Jo Piazza (C'02) to Speak at the 2022 Communication Major Graduation

An accomplished author, journalist, and podcaster, Piazza will deliver the alumni address to our graduates on May 15.

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Nixon’s China visit, 50 years later

On the 50th anniversary of President Richard Nixon’s visit to China, David Eisenhower discusses the significance of the trip amid the fraying relations between the two nations.

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Viewing 2021 Through A Lens: Photojournalist Kylie Cooper C’22 Captures History

Cooper’s annotated photo essay about the liminality of 2021 captured the Capitol insurrection, the Ground Zero commemoration of the 20th anniversary of 9/11, and more.

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Ten years later, examining the Occupy movement’s legacy

For Jessa Lingel, a decade after Occupy Wall Street’s beginnings presented an opportunity for reflection, which she led this fall semester in a new course.

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2021 Undergraduate Communication Major Award Winners

Seven students were recognized for their outstanding achievements with awards from the Annenberg School.

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Communication Majors Complete 2021 Senior Honors Theses

From cancel culture to hunger to political polarization, their subjects span the field of Communication.