Rodricus Cureton

Spring 2018 Student Intern

Rodricus Cureton is from Birmingham, AL and a 2015 graduate of Spain Park High School. He is a Junior, Mass Communication student at Alabama A&M University. He will graduate in May 2019 with a Bachelor of Art in Mass Communications, with a concentration in performance.  Rodricus plans to attend graduate school at Howard University to continue to gain knowledge in the field of communication.

Being a leader and involved is very important to Rodricus. Rodricus is currently a sports writer for his school magazine. He is the former President of the Inner Residential Hall Council, current Ambassador for the Inner Residential Hall Council and a Volunteer for Alabama A&M Health and Wellness Center.

In his free time, he likes to take photos, travel, eat, read and attend church.

Rodricus is currently an Intern for WJAB and works with Program Manager – TV, Latoyia Clemons. 

Taking higher education on wheels. Alabama A&M University set off for their Presidential Bus Tour Monday, February 19, 2018. The tour made stops in Alabama cities. During the tour, the administration provided over $16 million in scholarships and held on-site admissions for the future Bulldogs. The Bus Tour included President Hugine, First Lady Hugine, Miss Alabama A&M Aliyah Riley, Student Government Association President Julian Griffith-Battle, the Office of Admissions and more University figures. The tour ended February 23rd at 3 p.m.