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Student News: Canever, Murphy

Brian CaneverBrian Canever’s (MS/C&I ’15) JEM Master’s reporting project focused on the Knoxville soccer scene.  On May 20, his story made the cover of The Knoxville Mercury, http://www.knoxmercury.com/2015/05/20/knoxvilles-indoor-soccer-fields-provide-a-second-home-to-both-immigrants-and-newcomers/.

Ben Murphy

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Ben Murphy’s (BS/JEM/Cinema Studies ’15) short documentary, The Merry Death Collector, has received recent attention in the form of premiers and awards along with other film work in which he has been involved.  He was the subject of a UT commencement story found at http://tntoday.utk.edu/2015/05/04/senior-directs-documentary-featured-nashville-film-festival/.