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TROY wins 12 Southeastern Journalism Conference awards

The award winners included Brady Talbert, who won two first-place TV awards, and Marissa Lacey, who took first place in a radio category.

The award winners included Brady Talbert, who won two first-place TV awards, and Marissa Lacey, who took first place in a radio category.

Students from the Troy University Hall School of Journalism and Communication (HSJC) received a dozen awards at the recent 2021 Southeastern Journalism Conference (SEJC), including three first-place awards for individual student submissions.

The Best of the South competition, held via Zoom on March 26, resulted in 12 Troy student and organization awards. The complete list…

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Alumna creates journal line to inspire people

Khadijah Torbert's new

Khadijah Torbert's new "Worthy" line of journals is available on Amazon.

Television producer and journalist Khadijah Torbert recently decided to turn her journaling hobby into a business to help inspire people.

Her vision to start the journal business began after she graduated from Troy University in 2016, while she was struggling to find herself and heal from a devastating relationship.

“The vision for my journal line,…

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Hall School of Journalism collects numerous awards

Stefanie Hicks-East, Andrea Hall, Camryn Sneed, Xada Ingram and Dr. Jeff Spurlock at the 2020 Intercollegiate Broadcast System awards in New York.

Stefanie Hicks-East, Andrea Hall, Camryn Sneed, Xada Ingram and Dr. Jeff Spurlock at the 2020 Intercollegiate Broadcast System awards in New York.

Troy University Hall School of Journalism students represented themselves well in recent award ceremonies.

Several Troy University students in the Hall school of Journalism were honored in the Mark of Excellence Awards presented by the Society of Professional Journalism, which honors the best in student journalism.

Categories for this award consist of print, radio,…

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Alumna part of pro baseball’s first all-female broadcast team

Melanie Newman, a 2013 TROY graduate, is the play-by-play announcer for the Salem Red Sox.

Melanie Newman, a 2013 TROY graduate, is the play-by-play announcer for the Salem Red Sox.

Troy University alumna Melanie Newman made baseball and broadcasting history last week.

Newman, a Minor League Baseball play-by-play announcer, became part of professional baseball’s first all-female broadcast team when she and color analyst Suzie Cool called the Salem Red Sox’ road game against the Potomac Nationals last Tuesday.

The 2013 TROY graduate had play-by-play experience…

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