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J-Day brings high school journalists to TROY

J-Day gives future students the opportunity to see the different career paths in journalism.

J-Day gives future students the opportunity to see the different career paths in journalism.

Approximately 300 students from 20 different schools flocked to TROY on Thursday for the Hall School of Journalism and Communication’s annual J-Day event.

Through a series of workshops taught by industry professionals, including TROY alumni and current professors, local high school students interested in journalism are educated about the options they have when choosing a…

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TROY alum Micah Grimes helps launch Atmosphere News

Grimes spent 10 years in social media before branching out into a new career path.

Grimes spent 10 years in social media before branching out into a new career path.

Troy University alum Micah Grimes was recently named Vice President of Atmosphere News, a new division to the startup streaming service that provides audio-optional content to restaurants, waiting rooms, gyms and more across the country.

Grimes graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcast journalism before spending the next several years working…

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Hall School celebrates 50 years with unveiling of new slogan

The Hall School will officially celebrate 50 years on Dec. 16.

The Hall School will officially celebrate 50 years on Dec. 16.

Troy University’s Hall School of Journalism and Communication kicked off the beginning of a yearlong celebration on Friday in honor of its 50th anniversary with the unveiling of a new slogan, student competitions and more.

The new slogan, “Shaping ethical and trustworthy communicators,” was chosen by way of a school-wide contest with the goal of…

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Hall School hosts international military officers for exposure to American journalism

International military officers at Air University visited the Troy Campus on Oct. 1. (TROY photo/Clif Lusk)

International military officers at Air University visited the Troy Campus on Oct. 1. (TROY photo/Clif Lusk)

International military officers visited Troy University on Oct. 1 to get more familiar with the workings of the American media.

Hall School of Journalism and Communication lecturer Stefanie Hicks East, a former news anchor for Alabama News Network in Montgomery, hosted 25 students representing 16 nations from Air University’sInternational Officer School at Maxwell Air Force Base.

The school…

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