Eight journalism students from Goshen College help The Elkhart Truth provide more depth in its three-part series on the county’s growing Latino population.
How does a noncommercial, student-run radio station find success? If you ask Jason Samuel, general manager at 91.1 FM The Globe (WGCS), it’s all about community engagement.
The projects FiveCore Media students complete are professional-grade and award-winning, and Hufford is proud of his students’ accomplishments.
The GC Communication Department includes approximately 50 to 60 students, but more than 100 others contribute to one of the department’s media enterprises — The Record, The Globe, The Correspondent and FiveCore Media.
The Goshen College Record claimed 28 Indiana Collegiate Press Association (ICPA) awards, including “Newspaper of the Year,” in a competition among Indiana colleges.
Jason Samuel ’92, WGCS general manager and assistant professor of communication, talks about his role in the college Americana radio movement.
GC was also runner up for Television School of the Year.
With her speech titled “Privatizing agony, protecting sacred waters,” Noemi Salvador won the top prize of $500 and a chance to enter her speech in the bi-national intercollegiate oratorical contest. Salvador spoke about the privatization of water resources and its effect on communities.
Five Goshen College students will present speeches during the 2016 C. Henry Smith Peace Oratorical Contest on Tuesday, Mar.15. The annual event will take place at 7 p.m. in the Umble Center and is free and open to the public.
How a small college radio station and downtown record store are changing the culture of Goshen.