News & Events
“Thrilled” to bring diverse voices to film’s storytelling process
Tricia Creason-Valencia discusses increasing inclusion and diversity in the film industry.
Bryant encourages students to ”bet on themselves”
Director-producer Nicole Opper tackles social issues through film
Students honored for essays that draw connections between different fields of study and reflect on their education, their goals, and how their learning impacts themselves and others.
Melissa Segura wins prestigious George Polk journalism award for stories focused on the wrongly accused.
Andrew Ishak examines how firefighters communicate and gain experience while performing a dangerous job.
Author Joe Tone reflects on his first book, the importance of journalism, and life at SCU.
Chan Thai examines how changing your attitude toward exercise can lead to a healthier lifestyle.
Former Communication student and editor of the campus newspaper heads to The Washington Post.