Spotlight Stories

The stories below highlight the best of what Queens offers for students and the entire campus community. 

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The Truly Connected City

With the Google Fiber announcement behind us, and the city’s infrastructure work ahead of us, it’s time to take stock of what the “fiberhood” movement really means for our community. Read More


Honor Students

The Psi Eta chapter of Lambda Pi Eta was founded at Queens in 2008, and has inducted more than 200 undergraduate communication majors. Read More


Instructor Derik Crotts Teaches Both Scuba and Sports Communication

After serving as a colonel in the US Army, Derik Crotts now teaches sports communication at Queens. Read More


Game Center

A laboratory challenges students to think about meaning and applications of video games. Read More


A Pre-Super Bowl Tour

David Langton, executive producer of radio broadcasts for the Carolina Panthers, leads a sports reporting class on a tour of Bank of America Stadium. Read More


Mend the Gap

People are being left behind as technology reshapes how we communicate with each other, but queens is addressing the digital divide. Read More


Setback Leads to Opportunity

When an injury crushed Ross Radcliffe’s hopes of playing professional lacrosse, he suited up for a career in communications – both behind and in front of the camera.  Read More


A New Online Role for Parents

Initial recommendations for how parents can deal with children's lives online. Read More


How Do Charlotte Neighborhoods Communicate?

The Knight School of Communication looks at how to strengthen communities. Read More


Return to Radio

In a world of cat videos, a return to storytelling Read More

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