Photos taken by Katlynn Whitaker
The Center for Communication Arts
In Fall 2015, a new center from Communication Arts opened on campus. Located in the Learning Commons, the Center provides you with a wide range of media tools and physical spaces to work with and in. With your professors and classmates, you could; help publish an electronic newspaper; direct, produce, shoot or edit video and audio programming; create and publish a PR newsletter; work as an on-air television or radio talent and create virtual sets and short animations.
As a student, you can also explore the entire media universe. While you'll select a program specialization, you can cut across department activities. If you're an AD/PR student, for example, you can also work in the radio station, WVMW-FM, 91.7. If you enjoy writing, you can craft stories for The Wood Word, Marywood's newspaper, and write and produce spots for the radio station. You are only limited by your imagination.