Harding Brings Southeast Journalism Conference To Arkansas

More than 300 participants gathered on the Harding University campus for the Southeast Journalism Conference on Feb. 15-17, the first time in the conference’s history to be hosted in Arkansas.

Students and advisers from 26 colleges and universities representing all aspects of student media — newspaper, yearbook, magazine, radio and broadcast — attended breakout sessions, panel discussions and awards ceremonies over the course of the conference.

Katie Ramirez, director of student publications, and Kaleb Turner, editor-in-chief of the Petit Jean yearbook, served as president and student president, respectively, for the conference. Ramirez said the conference’s success was a testament to the excellence of the University’s programs and the students who helped plan the conference and the alumni who spoke to attendees.

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