Students in the Spring 2018 capstone multimedia journalism course, "NewsVision" smile with their section's instructor,
Prof. Jennifer Thomas, following completion of their final 30-minute newscast.
This Spring 2018 newscast is produced by students in the senior capstone multimedia journalism class at Howard University's Cathy Hughes School of Communications. NewsVision prepares students for careers in front of, and behind the camera. All content, including promos, was produced by the students in Prof. Jennifer Thomas' section. They also assumed all technical and editorial roles. We hope you enjoy! Follow us on Twitter: @NewsVisionHU , and Instagram: HUNewsVision.
President Donald Trump and the Chancellor of Germany, Angela Merkel, held a press briefing in the White House following a brief meeting in the Oval Office. Among the topics covered during the briefing– the Korean peninsula and friendship between Germany and the United States.NewsVision reporter Tayler Adigun was there.
NAACP Launches Voter Education & Registration Drive
Photo by Dawn Davis. Nia Savoy, a Howard University student, votes for the first time at Washington Metropolitan High School in 2016.
The NAACP has officially launched its 2018 voter education and registration drive. The country’s oldest Civil Rights organization launched the drive just weeks after the 50th anniversary commemoration of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., noting that voting by blacks is at an all-time low. NewsVision reporter Tayler Adigun talked to millennial voters to get their perspectives.
Activism has always been an important aspect of student life at Howard University. On Saturday, April 21, the topic of activism and its role in the black community took center stage during the inaugural Bl(activism) Conference. The event comes on the heels of the recent student-led protest and sit-in at the Administration Building. NewsVision reporter Tayler Adigun was there.
Children Speak Out Against Gun Violence During March for Our Lives Demonstration
Young partipant in the March for Our Lives event shares her passion.
Photo by Tayler Adigun
Hundreds of thousands of people gathered in Washington, DC on Saturday, March 24, 2018, to take part in the March for Our Lives demonstration. The event, held in cities worldwide, comes one month after 17 people were killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Howard University NewsVision reporter Tayler Adigun spoke to adults and children who shared their passion and purpose.