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.
Thanks to a comment he left on our website, we now know Mizzou junior Ryan Cornell was behind the Campus Basement post calling the Missouri School of Journalism a “Douchefactory.”
We hope Cornell truly realizes the sleazy and unnecessary drama that he caused when he decided to call the entire J-School population a slummy fat-fest and named JSB a “fucking joke.” This coming from the guy who writes for a site called Campus Basement, no offense. Continue reading
So, respond to this USA Today College call for correspondents and help represent the Missouri School of Journalism on the national circuit as well as gain an opportunity get your writing published and be mentored by the editorial staff at USA Today College.
The Mizzou 39 List is out, and the University of Missouri School of Journalism had more recipients than any other school at Mizzou. We’ve got the full list of Mizzou 39 winners below, thanks to Mizzou 39er Amanda Klohmann.
We also broke down the winners in the journalism school by sequence/emphasis area/whatever you want to call them now.
(Editor’s Note: this is the first in a series of blog posts by students in different sequences about the stereotypes some people have about other sequences. Watch this video for more information about this series)
Every time I gush that my ultimate goal is to work as a magazine editor in New York City, I typically get an enthusiastic reaction that goes a little something like “Oh my God! So, you want to be like Carrie Bradshaw?” Or “I sooo love that movie the The Devil Wears Prada.” Or “Ahhh! Are you going to meet famous celebrities?”
I’d love to respond that I’ll have more Manolos than Carrie–actually I’d prefer Louboutins!–have a glorified apartment building in the Upper East Side of Manhattan, and become A-Rod’s next new girlfriend. But I sincerely promise you that magazine majors at the Missouri School of Journalism know better.
Starting today, we will be publishing a series of blog posts about the stereotypes that many people have about different sequences in the Missouri School of Journalism. At least one person from each sequence will be responding to these stereotypes. If you are lucky enough to be ignorant of the generalizations, here are the different stereotypes by sequence, simplified: