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The WVU Reed College of Media's alumni magazine is produced on an annual basis for the more than 7,000 alumni and friends of the College. The magazine includes features about the College's award-winning students and faculty, programs and curriculum. In addition, the magazine features the many successful alumni who are making an impact on the media and communications industries and bringing that expertise back to their alma mater.

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Martin Hall Agency

For many advertising and public relations students, MHA is the springboard for their careers.

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Valerie Nieman

Class Notes 2022

Browse updates on fellow alumni like Valerie Nieman (BSJ, 1978) who published her fifth novel, “In the Lonely Backwater,” with Regal House/ Fitzroy Books.

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The Digital Dilemma

The Digital Dilemma

Joel Beeson and Dana Coester’s research explored the dark and dangerous side of digital media.

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Next Level

Next Level

Heather Cole, a teaching assistant professor of Game Design and Interactive Media, launches Morgantown’s first video game studio.

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Student Profiles

Journalism student Bailee Tucker is a lifelong Mountaineer fan who now watches games from the sidelines.

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Marra and Stoltman

Reporting on Addiction

Addiction intersects with almost every aspect of our lives. It is a health issue, but it’s also an economic development issue, an education issue, a veterans’ issue — no matter what type of media professional you are, we must learn how to compassionately

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David Smith

Faculty News 2022

David Smith was promoted to teaching assistant professor. He was also one of five faculty across campus named to the sixth cohort of Honors College Faculty Fellows.

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Jacelyn Swenson

The Last Word with Jacelyn Swenson

Jacelyn Swenson (BSJ, 1981) retired in 2022 after more than 25 years with IBM. Most recently, she lead the Strategic Events team and IBM's Global Speaker's Bureau.

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Tolulope Olasoji

Tolulope Olasoji

MSJ student Tolulope Olasoji entered Lagos State University in Nigeria with a goal to pursue a career in banking, but he left a journalist.

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