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Here at TVP Communications, we love to help our campus partners tell stories. As we close out the year, it’s time to share some of our favorites from 2022.

Oxford College of Emory University’s Tameka Cage Conley taught a first-of-its-kind class on Tyler Perry, which received major national coverage including feature stories on NBC NewsUSA TodayRevolt TVEssenceEbonyBlack EnterpriseThe RootThe GrioAfroTech, Inside Higher Ed, and Diverse: Issues in Higher Education.

One year after Grinnell College removed student loans from their financial aid packages, President Anne Harris talked about the success of the program. There were feature stories in University Business and CNBC, and this piece was picked up by dozens of outlets including World News EraBeasto NewsHead TopicsKQ Education Group, Yahoo NewsMSNBlavity, Georgia News Times, U.S. News & World ReportYR Media24/7 Wall St.  

Why is everything so expensive? The University of Montana’s Andrea Luoma tells U.S. News & World Report that dynamic pricing is to blame. Luoma also spoke to the Associated Press about the task force unveiled in the wake of Astroworld show. The piece ran in dozens of outlets across the country.  

Wayne Lamarre at the University of New England explained how athletic trainers can improve not only students’ physical health but their mental health in Youth Today.

PJ Verrecchia from York College of Pennsylvania joined the Court Junkie podcast to discuss the murder of the suspicious death of Jean Anderson in 1996. 

In a piece for Fortune, the University of Alaska’s Kevin Berry explained how much the Biden administration should be investing in infrastructure to prevent another pandemic.  

The University of Montana’s Patrick Beckwith explained why higher ed doesn’t need to coddle veterans. “They need our trust and confidence to reach their full potential,” he wrote in a piece for Newsweek

Donald Beaudette at Oxford College of Emory University wrote for the History News Network on the difference between St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in the U.S. and Ireland.  

In the wake of the overturn of Roe v. Wade, Grinnell College’s Brigittine French wrote for Ms. Magazine about how citizens of the U.S. can learn from Ireland’s democratic approach to reversing the criminalization of abortion.  

Randi Shedlosky-Shoemaker at York College of Pennsylvania wrote for Inside Higher Ed about how expertise was getting in the of her teaching and what she learned from stepping into teaching another professor’s course.

The University of Montana’s John Sommers-Flanagan spoke to Salon about why Americans are so unhappy.  

When the first case of monkeypox was discovered in the U.S., Meghan May at the University of New England spoke with the Boston Globe about how to protect yourself.

CNN featured Emily Murphy Cope of York College of Pennsylvania about why Easter feels different this year.  

University Business featured the University of Montana and its unique approach to Esports focusing on DEI and community.  

In a piece for Salon, Oxford College of Emory University’s David Gowler wrote about how Marjorie Taylor Greene and other Christian nationalists are spreading fear, deception and hate — but not the teachings of Jesus. 

The University of New England’s Noah Perlut shared with the Washington Post methods on how to get rid of mosquitoes and protect pollinators.  

We wish you all a happy holiday season and we are looking forward to telling many more stories in the new year.