The Maneater’s MOVE Magazine recently published a column titled “Grindr lovin’ had me aghast,” and it is getting a LOT of negative attention. It’s practically gone viral and the column’s comments section is full of hate. Why, you ask? Because this column is just a cesspool of gay stereotypes and slut-shaming.
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.
The Missouri School of Journalism graduates from Fall 2009 and Spring and Summer 2010 have an average yearly salary of $31,800. The sequence with the highest starting salary is Magazine with a $35,100 annual salary, while the Broadcast sequence has the lowest annual salary at $27,500. The average starting salary of all Mizzou grads is $41,00. As I’m sure you could guess, the major with the highest starting salary is engineering at $53,900.
It’s no secret that Reporting will be the most difficult class you take in your four years at the University of Missouri School of Journalism. As you saw in our “It Gets Better” video, that’s true regardless of your journalism sequence.
Some Missourian ACEs might not say so, but it’s also a guarantee that you will work harder for these three hours of credit than for all your other coursework that semester combined. Why does the Reporting class only count for three hours of credit?
Who in the University of Missouri School of Journalism doesn’t sound like this sometimes?