The University of Missouri School of Journalism has 1,138 students currently in their emphasis areas. Pre-journalism students are not included in the graph because they are not in their emphasis areas yet.
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:
The Strategic Communication Career Fair is coming up, and everyone in the Missouri School of Journalism is super excited about it. Everyone in StratComm, that is, since they are the only ones allowed to attend the Career Fair.
As you can see on its registration page, “The Strategic Communication Career Fair is restricted to Strategic Communication students already admitted into their sequence. No other majors or sequences will be permitted to attend.”
Anyone in Print & Digital, Broadcast or Convergence is out of luck, as we learned from one extremely disappointed tipster.
So, why are only Strategic Communication students allowed to attend?