Congratulations to recent Photojournalism Graduates

In the past couple of months several recent Photojournalism students have started new staff jobs in North Carolina:

Allison Isley - Winston-Salem Journal
Seth Combs - Goldsboro News-Argus
Erin Mizelle - North Carolina A&T Sports
Sarah Louya - Rocky Mount Telegram
Melissa Gerrits - Fayetteville Observer


Charlotte Protest Coverage

On Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016,  protests turned violent through 
parts of downtown Charlotte as anger continued to build over the deadly 
police shooting of a black man.

Photojournalism students Molly Mathis and Tyler Brock documented the unrest
and captured these images of the events.

Students Cover Charlotte Protests

Photojournalism students covered the protests and unrest in Charlotte after the police shot and killed a man. Caitlin Penna had her image picked up by the European Press Agency and the New York Times. Students


Renovations Continue

The Mac Lab is emptied as renovations move into the next phase. When finished, the room will become the Photojournalism classroom and lab.


RCC Students wins CVA Award

Photojournalism student Tyler Brock won the A.Dorian Memorial Student Award
during the Center for Visual Artists (CVA) Greensboro's photo biennial CAPTURE 2016 Juried Photo Exhibition on Friday, Sept. 2.

The photograph "Gus the Bus" was a long exposure image of a bus in a field, with gelled strobes on the inside and star trails in the sky.