Kim Moore, right, watches as Taylor Vinson edits video at one of several iMac’s purchased by a $24,054 grant to outfit a new computer lab for Southern Wesleyan University’s media communication degree program. Moore, a senior from Effingham and Vinson, a junior from West Columbia, are both media communication majors. The media communication program used the grant to outfit a new Mac lab and purchase new cameras that will allow the department to perform media projects that mirror real life projects. The Mac lab consists of 10 iMacs, desktop computers equipped with Adobe Creative Cloud, a suite of programs used extensively in the media.


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Kim Moore, right, watches as Taylor Vinson edits video at one of several iMac’s purchased by a $24,054 grant to outfit a new computer lab for Southern Wesleyan University’s media communication degree program. Moore, a senior from Effingham and Vinson, a junior from West Columbia, are both media communication majors. The media communication program used the grant to outfit a new Mac lab and purchase new cameras that will allow the department to perform media projects that mirror real life projects. The Mac lab consists of 10 iMacs, desktop computers equipped with Adobe Creative Cloud, a suite of programs used extensively in the media.

Kim Moore, right, watches as Taylor Vinson edits video at one of several iMac’s purchased by a $24,054 grant to outfit a new computer lab for Southern Wesleyan University’s media communication degree program. Moore, a senior from Effingham and Vinson, a junior from West Columbia, are both media communication majors. The media communication program used the grant to outfit a new Mac lab and purchase new cameras that will allow the department to perform media projects that mirror real life projects. The Mac lab consists of 10 iMacs, desktop computers equipped with Adobe Creative Cloud, a suite of programs used extensively in the media.
http://pickenssentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_swumaclabgift.jpgKim Moore, right, watches as Taylor Vinson edits video at one of several iMac’s purchased by a $24,054 grant to outfit a new computer lab for Southern Wesleyan University’s media communication degree program. Moore, a senior from Effingham and Vinson, a junior from West Columbia, are both media communication majors. The media communication program used the grant to outfit a new Mac lab and purchase new cameras that will allow the department to perform media projects that mirror real life projects. The Mac lab consists of 10 iMacs, desktop computers equipped with Adobe Creative Cloud, a suite of programs used extensively in the media. Courtesy photo
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