What is Newman 360Five?

Aug 13, 2015

The University Relations team and student workers are re-launching Newman 360Five for the 2015-2016 academic year.

Newman 360Five is a web series with student-produced content and regular segments that point out highlights and events on campus. The web series was started in 2010 by Newman students to capture events and news happening on campus for the week. Newman students Adam Grelinger, Sam Evasick and Nick Robertson created the web series. Alumnus Ray Williams later played a large part in the program.

Newman 360Five is coming back to provide a place where Newman students can go for information about events and campus activities, presented from a student perspective. It will also allow students to send content that they may have seen or been a part of on campus in order to spread the word to other students.

Weekly episodes of Newman 360Five will appear on the new Newman 360Five YouTube channel.

For the upcoming year there will be two regular correspondents who will lead the show: Justin Ralph, a senior theater major, and Jalen Love, a senior interdisciplinary studies major. A guest correspondent, senior art major/photographer Kati Bush, will also sometimes accompany them.

The last time Newman 360Five ran was in 2012.