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MBU Hosts Another Successful Media Talk

With standing room only, it was clear that students and faculty were very interested in the event speaker, Police Chief Samuel Dotson. This, paired with thoughtful, in-depth questions and openness on Dotson’s part, led to the most successful Media Talk in school history.

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Media Talk participants include, left to right, Amanda Staggenborg, Jerica Drago, Chief Samuel Dotson, Rebekah Rutledge and Shelby Wannemuehler. 

Fall Media Talk 2015

Gregg Favre, a captain with the St. Louis Fire Department, was interviewed for MBU’s 2015 fall Media Talk on Nov. 10. Favre spoke to students and staff about communication challenges the Fire Department faced during the events that took place in Ferguson as well as offering students advice in various topics. He was introduced and interviewed by communications students, James King, Josh Daugette and Hannah Ballard.

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