Carolina News & Reporter
Senior semester print and broadcast journalism students showcase their award-winning work online on the Dateline Carolina website. Updates daily.
Carolina Insider is a news “cut-in” created by SJMC students learning the craft of producing. Airing twice a week, these short newscasts feature the work of students in two journalism courses: Intermediate Reporting and Power Producing.
Stories of Our State
The best student work from the Advanced Multimedia Storytelling class. Each project includes at least three components, including video, interactive maps, graphics, timelines and/or written stories.
The website of the Magazine Writing class which emphasizes in-depth profiles, short features and trend and issue-oriented articles to help students develop online portfolios.
Advertising major wins national case competition
Senior Allyssa Andrews knew she would have a great time participating in the Washington Media Scholars Foundation’s case competition. What she didn’t know was that she’d bring home the prize.
Two SJMC students named among the 50 Most Promising Multicultural Students in the nation
Public relations senior Vanessa Ruiz and advertising senior Pedro Bernardino were recognized as two of the 50 Most Promising Multicultural Students in the nation by the American Advertising Federation.
First-year mass communications major nominated for Pushcart Prize
When Mary-Bryant Charles’ Facebook notification popped up that she had been nominated for the Pushcart Prize, her first reaction was a combination of a scream and a squeal.
Think Twice UofSC
A five-student team of public relations majors has created a campaign for EdVenture Partner's Peer to Peer: Challenging Extremism (P2P) competition.
Four Gamecocks thrive in their experience between the hedges
While the Gamecocks may have lost a tough game on Nov. 4 against the Georgia Bulldogs, four students walked away with a big win — an amazing, immersive media experience covering the highly anticipated game.
Morrow Fellows attend SABEW Conference in NYC
Two J-school students reflect on their opportunity to attend a conference which is a high-powered gathering of New York business media who dig deeply into political and business issues of the day.
Five students awarded prestigious media scholarships
Five students have been named Washington Media Fellows by the Washington Media Scholars Foundation. To have five winners selected for the honor is a notable achievement.
Our students are involved in interesting, challenging and creative activities both inside and outside the classroom. We showcase some of them on this page. And we update it regularly.