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Multimedia Capstone

Hello everyone! Long time, no see.

Life has been ridiculous for the past month. I graduated from Towson University (Double Major!), celebrated my birthday, and took an immersive trip to a theater festival in New Jersey! And now…I’m stuck looking for a job!

In the meantime, I thought it would be a good idea for you all to view my final project for my Mass Communication degree. Click here to view my piece. It is on the therapeutic benefits of playing video games.

Secondary link: http://swainstories.tilda.ws/press-start/

 

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The Rae & Jay Show!

For my Broadcast Journalism class, we recorded a TV news broadcast! Click the link below to see me and Raenard Weddington deliver the news to Towson, Baltimore and beyond!

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0uEjrKg7qJsWE8wbUhhWGdKS2c

TU Sisterhood Spreads Holiday Cheer

Check out my TV package about TU Sisterhood giving back before the holidays!

Jared Swain Joins with Towson’s BSU to ‘Spill The Sauce’

In the midst of the country’s current racial inequalities, many people do not or cannot understand the plight of Black and Brown Americans. “The Sauce with Jared Swain” hopes to begin a conversation about what it means to be of darker shades.

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Kay (left) and Erin (right) are two Towson University students who converse on the inaugural episode of ‘The Sauce with Jared Swain’

 

Brittany Smith: Future Teacher

Brittany Smith sits in the quiet room while she studies for finals (Photo by: Jared M. Swain/TU Student)

Brittany Smith sits in the quiet room while she studies for finals (Photo by: Jared M. Swain/TU Student)

 

Brittany Smith, a Towson University freshman, believes that Towson is a great fit for her. She loves the campus, she likes relatively nice people, and she adores the fact that Towson used to be a teacher’s college, a profession that she is here to become. Watch this story and learn how Brittany came to the decision to become a teacher.

More Money, More Problems

West Village is where the most expensive on-campus housing, including Towson Run, Millennium Hall, and the Barton and Douglass houses, are located. (Photo by: Jared M. Swain)

West Village is where the most expensive on-campus housing, including Towson Run, Millennium Hall, and the Barton and Douglass houses, are located. (Photo by: Jared M. Swain)

Mandatory and Non-Mandatory student fees are set to increase for the 2014-2015 academic year. Listen to this about how Towson students will be affected.

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Swain Gets Hip to Zeega

Check out this Zeega video of the latest news this week!