Julianna Washburn is pictured holding up a copy of The Red & Black newspaper. She is quoted, saying "The Red & Black Newspaper. No doubt about it. It’s basically my whole life... I’ve found a home within the words I’ve written for that publication. The people I’ve met through reporting and the people that contribute to the production of The Red & Black have impacted me in a way that I can’t describe — even as a writer. Every time I think about the late nights I spent at the newsroom to edit the Thursday paper or the early morning I spent immersed in reporting on the half marathon in Athens, my heart jumps just enough to remind me of how much love I’ve had for my time there."
#ProfilesofTenacity: Julianna Washburn December 7, 2022 Fourth year journalism major Julianna Washburn has always had a passion for writing and telling stories. Through her work as the recruitment manager for The Red & Black, not only is she able to... read more about #ProfilesofTenacity: Julianna Washburn
Photo of Sam Perez leaning on a stack of her books titled "Deviate from Denial."
Recent graduate, Sam Perez, writes first book December 1, 2022 As Sam Perez (AB '22) was finishing her journalism major at Grady College and her major in Spanish during the 2021-2022 year, she took capstone classes like Newsource and completed her NMI certific... read more about Recent graduate, Sam Perez, writes first book
A graphic with Lindsay Richman on the left and Michael Banks on the right.
Richman named senior speaker at Grady Convocation, Banks named UGA Commencement student speaker November 30, 2022 [caption id="attachment_39584" align="alignright" width="303"] From January to June 2022, Richman worked as a production intern for Seacrest Studios. (Photo: Submitted)[/caption] Lindsay Richman... read more about Richman named senior speaker at Grady Convocation, Banks named UGA Commencement student speaker
feature image of John laughing with a quote that says "Megan Ward can truly teach a class, and her New Media Industries class holistically converged all of my education into one semester. While learning from industry professionals and various career paths, I was also able to hone my personal skills by creating business cards, identifying key milestones for my credit, and solidifying my interviewing skills. This was my most memorable moment in my Grady experience."
#ProfilesofTenacity: John Atkinson November 29, 2022 Why did you choose your major? I am double majoring in advertising and computer science because of the technical and creative capabilities they both bring to my education. By starting out with adv... read more about #ProfilesofTenacity: John Atkinson
Podcast: Candidate communication strategies heading into Dec. 6 runoff, with Dr. David Clementson November 23, 2022 Listen to Grady Research Radio Apple Podcasts/Spotify/Stitcher With the Dec. 6 Senate runoff election in Georgia soon approaching, the Grady Research Radio podcast brought back Dr. David ... read more about Podcast: Candidate communication strategies heading into Dec. 6 runoff, with Dr. David Clementson
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Podcast: Exploring Grady’s new Certificate in News Literacy November 17, 2022 Listen to Grady Research Radio Apple Podcasts/Spotify/Stitcher The current media landscape is full of unreliable and deceptive information, through deep fakes, click bait, conspiracies an... read more about Podcast: Exploring Grady’s new Certificate in News Literacy
Headshot of Jonina Bullock and the logo for Vision Award.
AdPR Department awards Jonina Bullock the inaugural AdPR Vision Award November 16, 2022 The Department of Advertising and Public Relations is pleased to announce the inaugural winner of the AdPR Vision Award, advertising major Jonina Bullock. This award was made possible by generous a... read more about AdPR Department awards Jonina Bullock the inaugural AdPR Vision Award
Dolores Trobradovic poses for a photo in Nice, France. She is quoted, saying, "This past year I have had the honor of serving as the president for PRSSA. My proudest moments are when our members tell me how much they have learned from our speakers or enjoy coming to our meetings. PRSSA has given me so much, and as president I want to ensure that everyone else has that very same experience. Knowing that I am able, even if it is in the tiniest manner, to help someone else in their journey at Grady is so rewarding."
#ProfilesofTenacity: Dolores Trobradovic November 15, 2022 Dolores Trobradovic is a fourth year public relations and international affairs student who understands the importance of getting involved on campus. Trobradovic serves as the president for the UGA... read more about #ProfilesofTenacity: Dolores Trobradovic
A movie poster for "Sound of Christmas" and Booker T. Mattison on the set.
Booker T. Mattison writes and directs “The Sound of Christmas” November 15, 2022 Booker T. Mattison has been focused on “The Sound of Christmas” not just during the holiday season, but all year long. Mattison, an assistant professor in the Department of Entertainment and Med... read more about Booker T. Mattison writes and directs “The Sound of Christmas”
Murrow Fellows sit at tables and serve as panelists.
Murrow Fellows discuss misinformation during visit with Cox International Center November 14, 2022 Conversations about the effect of 24-hour news, social media and misinformation during elections around the world were a few of the topics discussed when 17 international journalists visited Grady ... read more about Murrow Fellows discuss misinformation during visit with Cox International Center