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Rhetoric and Media Studies with Daena Goldsmith
Daena Goldsmith, professor of rhetoric and media studies, has received the Bill Eadie Distinguished Award for a Scholarly Article from the Applied Communication Division of the National Communication Association.
Lewis & Clark’s Ben Mann ’14 won the Northwest Forensics Conference’s top individual honor, the Coaches Commemorative Award, on January 26 at Pacific University.
Internship Spotlight: Sofia Alicastro ‘14
Get to know Hunter Franks B.A. ’08, a major in communication and art.
The Pamplin Society of Fellows is now accepting nominations for Teacher of the Year
The debate team of McKay Campbell (CAS ’14) and Emily Halter (CAS ’14) won the prestigious Great Salt Lake Invitational held January 19-20 at the University of Utah. Campbell and Halter placed first out of a field of 98 teams from 34 schools across the nation, defeating a team from William Jewell College in the final debate to win the title.
The Lewis & Clark forensics team continued a strong fall of 2013 with a series of excellent performances in October. Competing in tournaments in California, Washington and on its own campus, the Pioneers collected numerous individual and team awards and have established themselves as one of the top forensics squads nationally.
Alia Al-Hatlani ’14 and Sofia Alicastro ’14 are working alongside Assistant Professor of Rhetoric & Media Studies Bryan Sebok on his documentary, Cartlandia. The feature-length documentary explores the phenomenon of food carts in Portland and the cultural implications therein. In the following Q&A, the team reflects on their experience.
Board of Alumni member Ruthe Farmer B.A. ’92 was among 11 individuals recently recognized by the White House as “Champions of Change for Tech Inclusion.”
Get to know Myles Creed ’11, a major in communication and recipient of a Fulbright award.