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SOC NASA space journalism student work

Let There Be Light

Student Julia Broemmel produced a documentary for her backpack journalism class on the James Webb Space Telescope, NASA's successor to the Hubble Telescope, which will see back in time almost to the beginning of the Universe.

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Hard Work Pays Off for Dean's Intern at USA Today

SOC Katelyn Chelsey

"I will never forget the moment that USA TODAY Video Director Steve Elfers told me I was selected for one of the School of Communication’s prestigious Dean’s Internships. I wanted to cry. I have worked so hard for an opportunity like this, and now all that hard work has paid off."

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Experiencing Cuba Through the Lens

Beginning in the fall of 2011, students studying in Cuba had the opportunity to take a course with Gentile, an accomplished photojournalist who covered Latin America for United Press International, Newsweek, PBS, and other media outlets.

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Covering the 2012 Election

SOC John Sugden 2012 election

John Sugden (above) was one of 20 journalism graduate students who fanned out across Northern Va. to talk to voters about what brought them to the polls in a swing state that was critical to Obama's re-election.

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Backpack Journalism Workshop

Check out more work from our Journalism students, faculty and alumni.

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