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TUTV show on self-acceptance leads to new book for adjunct prof

BIENsmOn Tuesday, April 29, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Lisa Bien, an adjunct professor in the Strategic Communication Department and host of Bouncing Back with Lisa Bien, will launch her first book and self-help/memoir Life Happens: Bounce Back! Bien said the book can be used as a tool for “your life’s education in learning to love yourself.”

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Be who you are: SMC duo to document their
cross-country trip to spread positive message

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Two best friends, one a current student at Temple’s School of Media and Communication and the other a young alumnus, are in a better place nowadays.

It’s the result, they say, of self-discovery; of finally being comfortable in their own skin.

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Pulitzer winner: Multimedia skills learned at Temple key to journalistic success

Kurtis Lee recounts the night he and his colleagues produced Pulitzer-winning journalism. (by Daniel Pelligrine)

Kurtis Lee recounts the night he and his colleagues produced Pulitzer-winning journalism. (by Daniel Pelligrine)

A Pulitzer Prize winner and Temple alumnus said breaking into journalism shouldn’t be a fearful prospect for Temple students, as long as they market themselves in the right way.

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Alumni talk shop during The Temple News reunion panel

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Naming the biggest story from their time at The Temple News was a tough task for the alumni who were part of the newspaper’s reunion weekend panel. There were just too many from which to pick.

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A statement on the passing of E. Steven Collins

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E. Steven Collins (photo by Ryan S. Brandenberg/Temple University)

The School of Media and Communication and the entire Temple University community is saddened to learn of the loss of Philadelphia radio legend E. Steven Collins.

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Alumnus offers inspiring start to college career

At the annual School of Media and Communication class meeting Aug. 23, new freshmen were welcomed to Temple by SMC faculty, staff, students and alumni.

Malcolm Kenyatta, STRC ’12, ended the ceremony with tips from an alumnus on how to take full advantage of the next four years. A native of North Philadelphia, Kenyatta says he was truly Temple Made, especially since his parents met at Temple and he was born in Temple Hospital.

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SMC alumni offer tips on how to succeed in New York

For two summers, Temple students have taken on the Big Apple through the School of Media and Communication’s New York Study Away program.

Students Alex Tung and Lucky Fisher meet Ari Brandt at his company, MediaBrix.

Students Alex Tung and Lucky Fisher meet Ari Brandt, JOUR ’92, at his company, MediaBrix.

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A Temple Made marriage proposal

At first, Gina Nappi, JOUR ’06, thought it was weird that she was being asked to appear in a new Temple Made commercial.

Brian Soscia, BTMM '05, interrupts a fake Temple Made commercial shoot in Annenberg Hall's TV3 to ask Gina Nappi, JOUR '06, to marry him. (photo by Joseph V. Labolito/Temple University)

Brian Soscia, BTMM ’05, interrupts a fake Temple Made commercial shoot in Annenberg Hall’s TV3 to ask Gina Nappi, JOUR ’06, to marry him. (photo by Joseph V. Labolito/Temple University)

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Game show gives Owls chance to continue winning streak over La Salle

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With this past season’s big basketball win over La Salle still fresh in our collective memories, it was up to four students and recent graduates from the School of Media and Communication to keep the streak going.

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Alumnus captures stories from the rubble

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Gino Canella works amid the rubble in Moore, Okla., following a massive tornado.

Gino Canella knew he would be seeing the worst of nature’s fury this summer.

He had signed on with The Weather Channel as a producer and videographer to document the work of a Lancaster, Pa., non-profit devoted to helping people clean up after a natural disaster.

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