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BJU students win numerous awards at iNRB convention

Published on Wednesday, March 4, 2015

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BJU's Digital Video Team

BJU's Digital Video Team



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BJU's Public Relations Team 1

BJU's Public Relations Team 1



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BJU's Public Relations Team 2

BJU's Public Relations Team 2



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BJU's Digital Audio Team 1

BJU's Digital Audio Team 1



Fourteen Bob Jones University students won numerous awards during the Intercollegiate National Religious Broadcasters (iNRB) Competition recently in Nashville, bringing back first, second and third place prizes in several categories.

Students also participated in the National Religious Broadcasters Convention held in the Gaylord Opryland Convention Center following the iNRB Competition.

About 21 teams of students from Christian colleges and universities across the nation participated in the 24-hour challenges. NRB hosted the Digital Video challenge, the Digital Audio challenge, the Digital News challenge, as well as the newly added Public Relations challenge.

BJU's Digital Video Team of Brian French of Newark, Del.; Rachel Madeira of Dallas, Pa.; Ryan Holmes of Ellington, Conn. and Danielle Wunker of Taylors won first place in the 24-hour Digital Video challenge.

BJU's Public Relations Team 1 of Anna Magnuson of Mahtomedi, Minn.; Kaitlyn Unruh of Greenville; Karen Christine Alamer of Saipan; and Reina Perez of Greenville won first place in the 24-hour Public Relations challenge.

BJU's Public Relations Team 2 of Laura Hernandez Boone, N.C.; Kaitee Kozlowski of Bridgewater, N.J. and Noel Elijah Vazquez of Milwaukee, Wis., won second place in the 24-hour Public Relations challenge.

BJU's Digital Audio Team 1 of Dawn Mellinger of Taylors; Maria Ervin of Fairmont, W. Va. and Noelani Debski of Napa, Calif., won third place in the 24-hour Digital Audio challenge.

 

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