The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University has come up with one of the best (and sexiest?) fundraising ideas ever: A calendar that features male students of the J-School.
If you haven’t yet watched this brilliant campaign from the Australian sector of Sony, you’re missing out.
We all know someone like this: The people who splurge on all of the latest and greatest camera gear–fancy DSLRs, multiple lenses, the works–yet, they don’t have the slightest clue on how to use their equipment.
Election day can be one of the most exhausting (yet exciting!) times to be a journalist. After months of reporting on negative ads, debates, fundraisers and polls, it’s nice to finally see the end results.
However, it is definitely a chaotic evening for those working in a newsroom, and we feel your pain. So, we’ve decided to narrate the life of a journalist on election day…via cat GIFs. Continue reading
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.
Recently, the J-School (including ourselves) has been revolving its world around the Maneater controversy.
We have some shocking news for you Mizzou J-Schoolers. According to this video from the 1940s about jobs in journalism a reader tipped us off to, there are–get this–26 letters in the alphabet.
What’s more, they are “magical symbols” because they combine to form “millions of words to report the world in newspapers.”
Prepare to have your mind blown.