Move over, Kristen Stewart, there’s a new illicit affair in the works. We received an anonymous tip about the big partnership the Reynolds Journalism Institute plans to announce later today. It turns out that the white room on the ground floor of Walter Williams Hall will now be the new home of a testing center for, wait for it, Microsoft/Windows products.
The American Society of News Editors, a nonprofit professional organization for the field of journalism, has announced that it will be moving from its headquarters in Reston, Va. to the Missouri School of Journalism.
The Reynolds Journalism Institute hosted The Digital Storytelling Summit last week. This summit was an attempt to launch Mizzou’s own digital storytelling program, an interest area where students on different areas of the academic spectrum can get their feet wet in the same pond.
With classes constantly ganging up on students and midterms right around the corner, I figured it would be nice to share some hidden study gems within the Reynolds Journalism Institute.
I don’t know about you, but I do the most generic thing and study in my apartment. However, sometimes it can be a good idea to change your scenery rather than be cooped up in your own bedroom.
Sure, RJI has been highly acknowledged for its architectural beauty and has tried to create plausible technological resources for its students. But better yet, why not reap the benefits of the college I pay for?
The University of Missouri journalism school’s new website launched recently, and its quite an improvement over the old one. Its interface is much more user-friendly, and is just more aesthetically pleasing, since it no longer looks like a beginner’s HTML experiment.
However, one part of the website in particular that needs a lot of work is the “Calendar” section of the site, since it has no events listed. Oh wait, I’m sorry, there are three events: Spring Commencement, Winter Commencement and next year’s Spring Commencement.