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A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications

Faculty and Student Spotlights


Spotlight: A.Q. Miller Honors Program

JMC Honors Program trip to KC

The first JMC Honors Program trip to Kansas City wrapped up with a tour of Kauffman Stadium and a round table and tour at the The Kansas City Star! Thanks to the great tour guides at Kauffman and the amazing staff of the KC Star, who talked about the essential role journalism and advertising play in building strong communities and civic discourse.



Spotlight: James Copeland and Zach St. Clair

KSDB staffers James Copeland and Zach St Clair

91.9 KSDB FM students James Copeland, left, and Zach St Clairwere interviewed on the national radio program "Sterling on Sunday" regarding their original experimental radio program, "Asbestos Falls," a serial radio drama podcast they created. The story is told through a fictional station called KEXT and details the strange happenings in the town of Asbestos Falls.

Walter M Sterling's "Sterling on Sunday" is carried live over 50 radio stations around the country including WLS in Chicago plus four other 50,000 watt stations. Copeland, a graduate student in mass communications and St. Clair, a junior in English, produced the program from 91.9 KSDB FM, K-State's student-run radio station, where they work.

You can listen to the "Asbestos Falls" podcast here: https://soundcloud.com/midnitemisfits.


Spotlight: Santi Amarilla

JMC Senior Santi Amarilla

JMC Senior Santi Amarilla, right, put his strategic communications skills to work at Bernstein-Rein Advertising in Kansas City over the summer as their digital intern. He worked with JMC alumni Michael Lindquist, left.