Karen Torres talks about the importance of her experience at Sycamore Video.
Student Media news 2020-21
Sycamore Video Promotion Manager Karen Torres, a senior Communication major with dual concentrations in public relations and media studies from Columbus, IN, was selected as the spring commencement undergraduate student speaker.
Katie Higginbotham, a senior communication major with a concentration in media studies, received the Judges’ Award from the Fault Line Film Festival for her short film called “Another Life.”
The Sycamore yearbook and Indiana Statesman received a total of 28 awards from the Indiana Collegiate Press Association (ICPA). Awards were announced at the virtual convention held April 10.
WZIS, Sycamore Video, and Syc Creations all received awards in the 2021 IASB College Broadcasting Competition.
Ashlyn Hendrix, a senior communication and media studies major from Marshall, Ill., and WZIS received Sycamore Leadership awards from the Office of Campus Life.
Landon Kleindorfer and Jillian Bontjes, two employees of WZIS, were recognized by the Career Center for their work done as student employees.
Brea Haller has been awarded the Eugene S. Pulliam Internship. Sponsored by the Hoosier State Press Association, Haller will have the opportunity to gain experience at the Terre Haute Tribune-Star through a 10-week paid internship in summer 2021
Samantha Moore’s dream of working for the American Civil Liberties Union just got a little closer to reality.
Two students from WZIS won Best Event Promo from the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS) for their work on an event promotion.
Sycamore Video’s promotion manager, Karen Torres, was awarded the Culp Scholarship for spring 2021. Torres, a senior from Columbus, Ind., is a communication major with a concentration in public relations and media studies.
Ashlyn Hendrix, a senior communication and media studies major from Marshall, Ill., was named Member of the Year by fraternity and sorority life. This award is the highest honor given to a member in Greek life.
WZIS, Indiana State’s student radio station and its students are finalists for eight national awards by the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS) including Best College Radio Station for a campus with over 10,000 students.
I was thinking about what to publish as my final article for the Indiana Statesman, as I am graduating this semester.
Rachel Modi, a senior psychology and legal studies major from Schiller Park, Illinois, is receiving Indiana State University's Daniel J. Bradley Medal for Leadership, Scholarship, and Service.
WZIS station manager Landon Kleindorfer was awarded first place in the category of Best Sportscast in a contest sponsored by College Broadcasters Inc.
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With the season of giving quickly approaching and Covid-19 taking a toll on many families’ financial state, WZIS-FM, Indiana State University’s student radio station, is collecting donations for Toys for Tots.