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November 20, 2015


New York Times executive editor to speak at LSU’s Manship School Nov. 30

In the news: CNN Money Reliable Sources newsletter The Advocate- New York Times top editor, a Louisiana native, tells LSU students of challenges, opportunities in changing…

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Reilly Center for Media and Public Affairs to host recap of 2015 Louisiana governor’s election Nov. 30- Dec. 1

The Manship School’s Reilly Center for Media and Public Affairs is hosting a two-day event recapping the 2015 Louisiana governor’s election Monday, Nov. 30, and…

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Upcoming Events

Louisiana Speaks: Conversations about Election 2015 @ Holliday Forum
Nov 30 – Dec 1 all-day
41st Annual AEJMC Southeast Colloquium
Mar 3 @ 8:00 am – Mar 5 @ 9:00 am

The Manship School of Mass Communication is pleased to host the 2016 AEJMC Southeast Colloquium. Early Registration is $95. A Science Communication pre-conference is free.

Join us in Baton Rouge March 3 – 5, 2016

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Student Spotlight

Nichole Wierschem

“Manship has provided me the opportunity to build lasting friendships with both my peers and professors while learning about the ever changing industry of advertising."

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Faculty Spotlight

Sadie Wilks

"My professional experience can be described in so many ways; challenging, rewarding and exciting come to mind."

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Dillon Couvillon

Senior Producer @ Tyra Banks’ FABLife - ABC Daytime

"I chose to study at the Manship School because it was the ONLY university I looked into and knew that I could get immediate job training and experience while pursuing an education."

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