Hello Dear Readers,
On behalf of the J-School Buzz Staff, welcome back from spring break! I hope everyone had a safe and relaxing week off.
We have about a month left of classes, and for the seniors, this is your last month of undergraduate classes ever. First, congratulations! Second, we want to brag about you and the Missouri School of Journalism. Continue reading
Editor’s Note: This is the beginning of our new series on how to make yourself a competitive candidate in the journalism job market. If you have any tips you would like to send us, shoot us an email at Tips@JSchoolBuzz.com.
When people come to the University of Missouri to attend the prestigious Missouri School of Journalism, it’s pretty safe to say that their end goal is to receive a Bachelor’s in Journalism. Simple enough.
It’s that wonderful time of year again, where all the greatest photojournalists share their work to be judged in multiple categories to hopefully obtain the title of Picture of the Year. POYi is a great contest, and makes the Missouri School of Journalism look awesome for holding it each year. Continue reading
Changes are a-coming to J-School Buzz! We just hired a couple whip-smart contributors, and we are getting rid of our old comments system.
Onward, to the transparency!
We just received quite the tip here at J-School Buzz.
As it turns out, the Missouri School of Journalism’s Facebook page is not actually run by the J-School itself, as you might expect.
It is instead run by a freshman journalism student at the University of Missouri who tried (and failed) to turn the Facebook page over to officials at the Missouri School of Journalism.
Here is the first email she sent to J-School Buzz earlier today, and it just gets weirder and sadder from there:
Hey J-Schoolers! Interested in J-School Buzz? Do you want to gain some journalistic experience? Feel like getting involved with this awesome group of editors? Have a great story idea? If so, you should apply to be a JSB contributor!
We are looking for contributors for the spring semester, and now that everyone is settled in with their schedules, it’s the perfect time to apply!
If you’re interested, email us at tips [at] jschoolbuzz [dot] com to receive an application that you will then submit to our editorial board, or just email us if you have any questions or want more information.
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