CCJ Reports

The Pan African Festival welcomes a new exhibit

The Pan African Festival welcomes a new exhibit

Sonya Green, Engagement Reporter/Coordinator

April 25, 2019


Filed under Audiograms, Showcase, Video

The Pan African Festival put on by the Tubman Museum has been around for 23 years. Festival founder, Chi Ezekwueche, tells Sonya Green about a special exhibit being featured in 2019....

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.

Graffiti art and street life

Graffiti art and street life

February 11, 2019


Filed under Audiograms, More Student Work

How does the work of graffiti artist, Jean-Michel Basquiat fit into the street life theme of this year's College Town Film Festival in Macon? Nadia Pressley spoke with Dr. Michelle Prettyman, the Mercer University professor who selected the film.    

North Macon gets a new shopping center

North Macon gets a new shopping center

Jiali Chen, Student Journalist

December 20, 2018


Filed under Audiograms, More Student Work, Video

Jiali Chen has the story of the newest shopping center under construction in North Macon.

Flu season and flu shots

Flu season and flu shots

Emily Harvey

December 13, 2018


Filed under Audiograms, More Student Work, Showcase

Last year, 151 people in Georgia died from the flu. This year, according to weekly online influenza reports from the CDC, things could be just as bad if not worse in Georgia yet some people refuse to get the shot. Emily Harvey has the story.

Would your kitchen pass a health inspection?

Would your kitchen pass a health inspection?

Marianna Bacallao

November 29, 2018


Filed under Audiograms, More Student Work, Showcase

There are countless cases of foodborne illness across the state of Georgia every year. According to the Department of Health and Human Services, many of those cases originate from home.  Marianna Bacallao has the story.

Goalball

Goalball

Emily Harvey

November 15, 2018


Filed under Audiograms, More Student Work, Showcase

Goalball is a game specifically designed for the visually impaired. This video features athletes at the Georgia Academy of the Blind in Macon, GA. Emily Harvey has the story.

Are more lofts headed to downtown Macon?

Are more lofts headed to downtown Macon?

Emily Harvey, for Georgia Public Broadcasting

November 8, 2018


Filed under Audiograms, More Student Work

Downtown Macon is changing. There are more stores, more restaurants, and more than anything else, more lofts. Emily Harvey as the story.

On the Table Macon group discusses homelessness

On the Table Macon group discusses homelessness

Jiali Chen, for Georgia Public Broadcasting

November 1, 2018


Filed under Audiograms

On the Table Macon is a city-wide event that took place on Wednesday, October 17. Thousands of people came together at tables across the city to share food and ideas about community issues. The topic of a table at Lanford Library was homelessness. Jiali Chen has the story.

RIP Nevermore Hills Haunted Trail

RIP Nevermore Hills Haunted Trail

Marianna Bacallao, for Georgia Public Broadcasting

October 25, 2018


Filed under Audiograms

Nevermore Hills Haunted Trails’ opened for the last time this Halloween. Located near the Warner Robins Air Force Base and funded by the Museum of Aviation, the trails have gained local popularity during their six years in operation. Marianna Bacallao has the story.

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