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Moody College Honors and Senior Fellows News & Events

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Daily Texan Covers Talk with Damon Young

Talk by Journalist and Co-founder of Very Smart Brothas, Damon Young, featured in student-run Daily Texan newspaper.

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Diversifying the Industry: The Job’s Not Done

On Feb. 22-23, The Moody College Honors Program is co-hosting “Diversifying the Industry: The Job’s Not Done,” a conference focused on how public relations and advertising can move forward with diversity and inclusivity in the workplace and in the work they produce.

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KUT Interviews George Sylvie on Reporting on Race

Journalism professor, George Sylvie, taught a fall seminar in the honors program. In this interview with KUT, Sylvie says parachute journalism is the wrong approach for reporting on communities of color.

Azie Dungey, creator of "Ask a Slave," gives lecture for Senior Fellows

Daily Texan Covers Senior Fellows Lecture

The lecture by "Ask a Slave" creator, Azie Dungey, was featured in the student-run Daily Texan newspaper.

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Valeria Luiselli Challenges Perception of Immigration

The author of "Tell Me How it Ends: An Essay in 40 Questions" visits the Senior Fellows to provide an insightful alternative to the political frameworks that dominate our public discourse about immigration.

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Students Contribute to Class Newsroom Blog

Senior Fellows created a video covering a community service project hosted by the Longhorn Center for Community Engagement.

Senior Fellow featured in class newsroom blog

Senior Fellow Featured in Newsroom Blog

Langston Dillard was featured in the PR 348 class newsroom blog, built and run by Moody College students.

Claudia Iraheta wins Top Senior Award from Senior Fellows

Students Win Annual Awards

One Top Senior award and two Top Symposium Paper awards were given to Senior Fellows who were selected by their fellow students, faculty, and the program director.