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Communication

Why study Communications? Hear from our majors!


Lana Al Abbasi, wants to work in Public Relations for an organization like Disney.

Darren Bonanken, a new Communication major, plays on the soccer team, and has already completed the Math requirement for his degree.

Laurel Enix, "The art classes [which are required for PR studies] have given me a new appreciation for color, patterns, and design. I now know more about how colors work with each other and how different designs and patterns are used. I feel that the classes I took will be very helpful in the field of advertising."

Rathyna Gomer, has a double major with Business, writes thoughtful papers, and finds time for her hobby of drifting (cars, that is).

Alyssa Hunt, an outstanding student with a Public Relations emphasis, a 3.7 GPA, 3.9 in the major, is interested in film, acting, modeling, works in the residence halls and has excelled in her art and design classes with Professor Tim Musso.

Brianna Jones, involved in Drama, Student Life, Residence hall life, and Improv, Bree leads an active life.

Cole King, seems like a quiet kind of guy, but there is a lot of energy under that surface. He fishes for salmon in Alaska every summer and writes for a motorcycle magazine, when he isn’t taking pictures or riding in motorcycle races, and yes, he is on track to graduate in June 2014.

Marlena Mullins, is heading to Spain this fall, where she will fulfill her language requirement for the degree, and return to graduate in June 2014.

Adrian Wilson, has taken a long and winding road, through the military to college, often found behind a camera taking pictures at all of the events on campus, he is one of the most helpful men on campus, a friend to all.
James Asoau, conducted an interesting project this spring, looking at male dominance of speaking situations in three groups: elementary age children, teenagers, and college students. His results showed that “regardless of how much males are outnumbered by females, they are still the more dominant sex when it comes to participating in a group.”

 

 

Contact Us

Department of Communication
La Sierra University
4500 Riverwalk Parkway 
Riverside, CA 92515

 

e. communication@lasierra.edu
p. 951.785.COMM

 

Office Location:

Gladwyn Hall, Room 113

 

 

 

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