CCJ Reports

Bear Minimum: Final Episode

Bear Minimum: Final Episode

Amyre Makupson, CCJ Broadcast News Director

May 1, 2019


Filed under More Student Work, Showcase, WMUB Programming

Studio Production wraps up the comedic, retro style newscast.

Macon residents access walking routes

Rylee Kirk

April 30, 2019


Filed under Audiograms, EngageCCJ, More Student Work, Uncategorized

Erica Duncan walks from Ingleside Village to Henry Burns Park to access the quality of the walking route.  

Hot Takes: Final Episode

Hot Takes: Final Episode

Amyre Makupson, CCJ Broadcast News Director

April 29, 2019


Filed under More Student Work, Video, WMUB Programming

Studio Production completes their final debate program, this week discussing Hulu versus Netflix.

When it comes to jumbotrons, size matters

When it comes to jumbotrons, size matters

Madilyn Harrell, Student Journalist

April 26, 2019


Filed under Audiograms, More Student Work, Showcase

Mercer put in a new jumbotron and it makes the action that much better. Madilyn Harrell has the story.

Why more Middle Georgia couples are waiting to become parents

Why more Middle Georgia couples are waiting to become parents

Elizabeth Tammi, Telegraph Intern

April 24, 2019


Filed under EngageCCJ, Local, More Student Work

For Sarah McClelland-Brown and her husband, the decision of when to have a child wasn’t a simple one. When she was 25, and just three weeks before completing her master’s degree, she met, Jon Brown,who would become her husband. Now 30, she is a mother and a pastor. Her husband also is a mini...

Organizations join forces to fight a common cause: hunger

Organizations join forces to fight a common cause: hunger

Rylee Kirk, Student Journalist

April 23, 2019


Filed under Audiograms, More Student Work, Showcase

Five organizations came together for one day to fight a common cause: hunger. Rylee Kirk has the story.

A local group of moms who ‘get stuff done’

A local group of moms who ‘get stuff done’

Nadia Pressley, Student Journalist

April 22, 2019


Filed under Audiograms, More Student Work, Showcase

Moxie Moms is an organization of women who offer one another support, resources and camaraderie. Nadia Pressley reports on the groups founding and mission.

Bears’ Beat Report: Limiting Stress During Final Exams

Bears’ Beat Report: Limiting Stress During Final Exams

Amyre Makupson, CCJ Broadcast News Director

April 22, 2019


Filed under More Student Work, The Bears' Beat, Video, WMUB Programming

It’s about that time. Finals week is right around the corner, and with it comes stress. Reagan Tillery, a 21-year-old junior majoring in political science and africana studies, talked to me about her destressing strategy. Reagan Tillery: This is very hard to do, because you have papers. Well, my ma...

Bears’ Beat Report: Mercer Entertainment Review

Bears’ Beat Report: Mercer Entertainment Review

Amyre Makupson, CCJ Broadcast News Director

April 22, 2019


Filed under More Student Work, The Bears' Beat, Video, WMUB Programming

Connor Cable continues his weekly entertainment review, this week talking about Star Wars.

Bears’ Beat Report: Diversity in Schools

Bears’ Beat Report: Diversity in Schools

Amyre Makupson, CCJ Broadcast News Director

April 22, 2019


Filed under More Student Work, The Bears' Beat, Video, WMUB Programming

Eryn Lee: Diversity in schools is a key factor when it comes to creating an enriching environment for students of all ages. I spoke with a Mercer student about their experience with diversity in secondary education and why diversity is important. Hannah Warren: Everyone at my school had a really simil...

Hot Takes: Episode 11

Hot Takes: Episode 11

Amyre Makupson, CCJ Broadcast News Director

April 22, 2019


Filed under More Student Work, Video, WMUB Programming

Studio production continues their debate style program, this week discussing Disney versus Universal.

Bear Minimum: Episode 11

Bear Minimum: Episode 11

Amyre Makupson, CCJ Broadcast News Director

April 22, 2019


Filed under More Student Work, Showcase, Video, WMUB Programming

Studio Production continues their weekly, retro news show with a comedic twist.

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