But then a hilarious webcomic illustrator comes along and creates “a series of short, moderately funny comic strips” that shows that, yes, The Maneater can be really funny in a non-offensive way.
With classes constantly ganging up on students and midterms right around the corner, I figured it would be nice to share some hidden study gems within the Reynolds Journalism Institute.
I don’t know about you, but I do the most generic thing and study in my apartment. However, sometimes it can be a good idea to change your scenery rather than be cooped up in your own bedroom.
Sure, RJI has been highly acknowledged for its architectural beauty and has tried to create plausible technological resources for its students. But better yet, why not reap the benefits of the college I pay for?
From print to magazine to broadcast, every emphasis area has some kind of movie or documentary based on important events that are must-sees for any journalism major. These are perfect for that rainy, slow news day.
If you haven’t already watched “Sh*t J-Schoolers Say,” now would be a great time to do so. This is a blooper reel which extends the MU journalism student-centralized video that we featured earlier last week. Not only does this show you our natural imperfections, but you get a chance to see our amazing personalities! Enjoy.
When more than 15 million people visit TMZ each month and Game Informer magazine has five times more subscribers than The New Yorker, it’s clear the J-School needs to focus on more than just straight-laced journalism. Continue reading
The Missouri School of Journalism’s students finally have our own “Sh*t Mizzou J-Schoolers Say” video. Sure, we have seen “Sh*t Journalists Say” and “Sh*t Student Journalists Say,” and we can sort of relate to them and find them funny, but now we have a video just for Mizzou journalism students.