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JagMedia      
JagMedia
JagMedia unites the University of South Alabama's student media groups into a collaborative effort to produce the most comprehensive news and entertainment coverage across the USA community. JagMedia partners include Due South magazine, JagTV television, The Prowl radio and The Vanguard newspaper.
 
Advisor: James Aucoin
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Phone: 251-380-2800
 
   


Due South
Due South
Due South is the first student-run lifestyles magazine for the University of South Alabama campus. 
Features include music, culture, the arts, literature, drama and more. The magazine is a subsidiary publication of The Vanguard newspaper.
 
Editor-in-Chief: Sam Andrews
Advisor: John Sellers
Website: DueSouthUSA.com
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Phone: 251-610-7957
 
         


jagTV
JagTV
JagTV is a volunteer TV station and studio run entirely by students. It broadcasts on channel 61.1 on the USA cable system available throughout the dorms and common places on campus. JagTV can also be watched free on-demand through the channel's website.
 
General Manager: Jeremiah Cain 
Advisor: Richard Ward
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Phone: 251-380-2817
 
         


The Prowl
The Prowl
The Prowl is USA's student-run radio station featuring music, talk, and sports programming. Listen to WJGR The Prowl begining fall 2014 at 97.1 FM.
 
General Manager: Steven Spears
Advisor: Heather Leigh Stanley
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Phone: 251-445-9547
 
      


The Vanguard
The Vanguard
The Vanguard is the official student newspaper of the University of South Alabama, serving the University‚Äôs student, staff, faculty and campus community since 1965.  It is published and distributed on Mondays during the regular academic year.  One of the largest circulation weeklies in southern Alabama, The Vanguard is a student-produced newspaper, designed to provide a learning environment as well as to inform the public of campus news and issues.
 
Editor-in-Chief: Alyssa Newton
Advisor: John Sellers
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Phone: 251-460-6442
 
      


Organizations  

AAF

American Advertising Federation
Have a passion for advertising? So do we! We're a group of students (along with a few faculty members) who love Advertising and decided "Hey, lets get a club going." And here we are! We provide an energetic, fun and productive environment for students who are interested in the field of Advertising. Through membership with this club we hope to prepare our members for life after college, or as others put it, the real world (the non-MTV version).
 
President: Kaley Rector
Advisor: Patricia Mark
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PRSSA

Public Relations Student Society of America
Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) is the foremost organization for students interested in public relations and communications. We serve our members by enhancing their knowledge of public relations and providing access to professional development opportunities. We serve the public relations profession by helping develop highly qualified, well-prepared professionals. We seek to advance the public relations profession by nurturing generations of future professionals, advocating rigorous academic standards for public relations education and withholding the highest ethical principles and diversity in the profession.
 
President: Kendall Goldman
Advisor: Nadia Bush
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Honor Society
 

Lambda Pi Eta

Lambda Pi Eta
Lambda Pi Eta refers to the three components of persuasion as outlined by Aristotle: Logos (lambda), Pathos (pi), and Ethos (eta). It is the official honor society of the National Communication Association with nearly 400 active chapters. To be eligible for membership, students must have completed 60 semester hours in undergraduate credit courses; have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0; have completed 15 hours in communication, with a minimum GPA of 3.25 in these courses; and be a full-time student.
 
President: Anthony Wheeler
Co-President: Timothy Borland
Advisor: Genevieve Dardeau