Tech, safety and misinformation topped a broad list of topic takeaways at SPJ’s 2022 National Conference.
Thomas Bell, a senior from McNeese State University, will serve as a liaison between student chapters from around the state and the state’s professional chapter. He is majoring in mass communication with a concentration in public relations. He is part of the Honors College and is active in several organizations on campus including the McNeese […]
SPJ Louisiana is hosting a kooky tarot card fundraiser just in time for Halloween!
The Louisiana SPJ Pro Chapter presented its second annual Ed Anderson Award and John Korbel Award for public service in print and broadcast journalism, respectively, for 2021. For the first year it presented the Wiley Hilburn Award for public service in student journalism.
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