Student Media Alumnus Calls Super Bowl LVI

Student Media alumnus Jorge Andres (WGMU Radio, class of 2007) made history earlier this month when he called Super Bowl LVI for Telemundo’s “first over-the-air broadcast” of America’s most-watched annual sporting event.

Andres, 37, who graduated from Mason in 2007 with a BA in communication, got his start at WGMU radio before going on to become an award-winning Telemundo Washington and ESPN anchor (SportsCenter, NBA Tonight, and Baseball Tonight).

“It’s a milestone for me, for sure,” said Andres. “But this isn’t just about me, but as much as it is for so many people who believed in me. I got the opportunity, and I ran with it. Fast forward 15 years and I’m about to call the biggest football game on the planet to a country that is growing leaps and bounds in its Spanish demographics.”

““I hope young people today can relate to me and also pursue any opportunity on their plate,” Andres said. “I’m proof that with hard work, passion and humility, anything is possible.”

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Constitution Day 2021

On September 17, 1787, the delegates to the Constitutional Convention met for the last time to sign the document they had created.

Today, we celebrate this achievement and reflect on what the United States Constitution means to each of us.

To help the Mason community observe Constitution Day 2021, Student Media created a resource page with links to learn more about America’s founding documents, test your knowledge about the Constitution and the First Amendment, explore an interactive Constitution, and more!

Learn More: studentmedia.gmu.edu/constitutionday

 

Honoring Student Media’s Class of 2021

Student Media would like to thank and congratulate each of our 40+ involved students graduating in spring 2021!

Despite the many challenges of the past few semesters, your resilience and leadership helped our groups continue to inform, enrich, and entertain the Mason community.

Click here to learn more about our outstanding 2021 graduates!

While we are sad to see our seniors move on, we know that each of them has a bright future ahead. Our work is inherently collaborative, but the individual contributions made over the years by the Class of 2021 have made a tremendous impact on the Mason community. Their leadership, creativity, and commitment to excellence will not be forgotten.

Congratulations to everyone graduating in 2021 and best of luck with your new careers in media and beyond!

 

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