Images from the 66th Annual WKU Student Publications Homecoming Breakfast – Oct. 22, 2016 October 24, 2016 Chuck Clark Special thanks to B.J. Jordan for the use of his images. Bob “Mr. A” Adams delivers the invocation. WKU President Gary Ransdell receives a memento marking his role as the nation’s first university president to adopt the Society of Professional Journalists Statement on Campus Media, ensuring a student press free of censorship. Regent Julie Harris Hinson attends the breakfast. Herald News Editor Jacob Dick discusses his fellowship at the Lexington Herald-Leader. Alumni Lee and Margo Grace receive a memento for achieving membership in the Adams-Whitaker Society for their lifetime contributions to Student Publications. Mackenzie Grubbs, Herald advertising manager and marketing director, discusses her team’s efforts this year. Herald Digital Editor Shay Harney tells about her Schuhmann Fellowship at The Courier-Journal. Talisman Award winners Chad Carlton and Carla Harris Carlton, honored for their outstanding contributions in communications. WKU President Gary Ransdell speaks to the crowd in his final welcoming remarks. J. Michael Moore is elected to a third term as president of the WKU Student Publications Alumni Association. Washington Post sports columnist Jerry Brewer delivers an inspirational speech marking his career and winning the Herald Award for Outstanding Contributions in Journalism. Herald Editor-in-Chief Brandon Carter discusses the big news events that have marked his tenure. Talisman Web Editor Helen Gibson discusses the successful launch of WKUTalisman.com, a pop-culture website that is a companion to the new Talisman magazine.