Numerous Communication Arts students were recognized for their excellence in and out of the classroom at this year’s Awards Day ceremony in the G.M. Savage Memorial Chapel on Friday, May 7th. The following seniors were awarded the Academic Excellence medal in their respective majors: Eliza... READ MORE
POSTED: May 12, 2010 - Broadcasting Digital Media Journalism Public Relations/Advertising Theatre Photojournalism Film Studies Advertising Media Communications
Numerous Communication Arts students and faculty were recognized for their excellence in and out of the classroom at this year’s Awards Day ceremony on Friday, May 1st. The following seniors were awarded the Academic Excellence medal in their respective majors: Keiler Henry, Digital Media Stu... READ MORE
POSTED: May 8, 2009 - Broadcasting Digital Media Journalism Public Relations/Advertising Theatre Photojournalism Film Studies Advertising Media Communications
An 8.9-magnitude earthquake set off a tsunami, causing death and destruction in Japan.
The extent of the damage in Japan is not fully known, but thousands, likely tens of thousands, died, countless homes were destroyed and the damage has been estimated in excess of $30 billion, making it one of the worst natural disasters of all time.
In these difficult times we, as Christians, should pray for the suffering people of Japan. We should also seek to be the hands and feet of Christ, doing what we can to help the Japanese people in their time of need.
POSTED: Mar 13, 2011 - Broadcasting Digital Media Journalism Public Relations/Advertising Theatre Photojournalism Film Studies Advertising Media Communications
This is a recent article from the Cardinal & Cream, co-written by Elizabeth Wood and Lindsay Dawkins.
Piercing eyes. Flawless complexion. Perfect figure. Impeccable smile.In the world of advertising, altered imagery and misleading messages are found in glamour magazines, TV commercials and the Internet, said students across the campus of Union University. Some students said current advertising focuses on selling products for physical fulfillment rather than building character and individuality. Others said advertising can be positive and beneficial to the public eye. “The purpose of advertising is to allure viewers to buy their product,” said Benjamin Ferrell, junior psychology major. “People would be revolted by the advertisement if it were ugly.” Trey Peters, senior marketing major, said advertising is about drawing customers to the unique selling points of a company’s brand, product or serv... READ MORE
POSTED: Apr 3, 2009 - Public Relations/Advertising Advertising
Public Relations Student Society of America
Scholarship Banquet with Tony Blair Oct 3, 6:00pm: Carl Perkins Civic Center, Jackson, Tennessee
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair will be the keynote speaker for Union University’s 14th annual Scholarship Banquet Oct. 3 at the Carl Perkins Civic Center in Jackson, Tenn. : more event info
Fall Classes Begin Aug 23, 8:00am
Fall Convocation Aug 26, 10:00am: G.M. Savage Memorial Chapel
FOCUS: New Student Orientation Aug 19, 9:00am
Freshmen Registration Jun 20, 9:00am
Communication Arts Awards Banquet May 10, 5:00pm: Grant Events Center
Come out to enjoy a great dinner and celebrate the end of the 2010-2011 school year with all of the Com. Arts faculty and staff. Tickets are $5.00 and will go on sale at the end of April.
Union Scholarship Symposium May 4, 9:00am: Jackson Campus
Final Exams Dec 7, 8:00am
Fall Break Oct 15, 8:00am
COMUnion New York trip Sep 30, 12:10pm: New York, NY
Professional trip for students. Features visits to Fox News, NBC Studios, Good Housekeeping magazine. Opportunities to go to a Broadway show, the Empire State Building and Staten Island.