The photojournalism class focuses on training students to observe and depict the social reality by using visual media. Not only do students learn how to visually document the news events and other social issues, but also why a professional photojournalist should be aware of the social responsibility and media ethics
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Looking for hands-on film experience? Rambler Productions is seeking applications from qualified students to assist in video production projects.
Rambler Productions is a media production service team managed by School of Communication staff and operated by students. Clients include various departments and groups at Loyola, as well as surrounding Chicago-area groups.
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I’ve also come understand how Malay Muslims look at the world and their community through visual images. It inspires me and reminds me how powerful and comprehensive photography is in making social communication and understanding.
Shawna Sellmeyer’s photo from her class’ project “Chronicling a Day in the Life of a Dancer” was selected and shown in a juried exhibition curated by Susan Dooley for the 12th Ping Yao International Photography Festival in China, which ran from September 19 through the 25th.
Our student journalists comb the neighborhoods of Chicago to write stories about some of these churches, and take photographs.
Five lucky students won tip-to-toe makeovers as part of the SOC Career Week Fashion event, “Look the Part, Get the Job.”
Watch 2012 STUDENT Winners BEA Festival of Media Arts
Student Video Competition
Music Video 1st Place: Jake Brusha, Loyola University Chicago Rome Has Fallen -Point Place
These small towns are where some of the most precious gems, and most exciting news, are often hidden by outsider misconceptions. But journalists must be curious. It is our job to find these stories and give a voice to people who have simply never been asked about their lives before
Study after study is revealing what most of us already suspect. Teenagers have a difficult time communicating face to face.