Several scholarships available to communication students

SARAH SADLER The Department of Communication at SUNY Fredonia offers numerous scholarships for various types of students. Whether it may be broadcast journalism, audio or radio production or even communication studies, there is… Continue reading

Fredonia grad named editor of food zine

COURTNEY GFROERER Following her time at SUNY Fredonia, Michelle Blackley has been rapidly gaining prosperity and success in her career. Arming herself with a Bachelor of Arts in human communication from SUNY Fredonia… Continue reading

Nungesser finds home with radio folk

ANDREW LENT Whether it’s a raspy voice of a blues singer accompanied by an electric guitar or a rich harmonized folk chorus with an acoustic guitar, the strong tradition of folk music in… Continue reading

FRS honors late member Love Lounge renamed to Graham Command

ZAIN SYED The Fredonia Radio Systems has dedicated their talk-studio in memory of Graham Andrus, a senior history and international studies major who died in Aug. 2011. Named the “Graham Command,” the studio… Continue reading

Comm student dies, campus mourns

MARY MAZUR The communication department mourned the loss of a student this semester. Lauren Pronto died from ulcerative colitis on Aug. 26, 2012, at Albany Medical Care Center. Sadly, this was only one… Continue reading

Radio alum urges students to write

CHRISTINA STOCK Amidst a time of uncertainty and change within all forms of modern media, Fredonia graduate Jim Ranney, class of 1988, assured students that the future is bright. When speaking during a… Continue reading

Grad talks his way to Sabres Hockey Hotline

JARED KRACKER One of Fredonia State’s most recognizable alumni, Kevin Sylvester, is making the shift from television to radio. He had previously served as the Buffalo Sabres in-studio host from 2005-12. This past… Continue reading

High time for high definition at WNYF

ANDREW LENT The key to success in today’s media industry is a competitive battle to stay current, and for the 21st century broadcaster, that means one word: technology. In an effort to keep… Continue reading

Fredonia alum wins Emmy

Charles Arggio “And the Emmy goes to” is a line that is the epitome of what it means to succeed the business of television; some could call it the peak of a career.… Continue reading

Comm department welcomes new professor

COLIN FRANK Dr. Jessica Akey was welcomed as the department’s newest communication studies professor this past year. A New Jersey native, she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in communication studies from James… Continue reading