MU recently released their latest destination study, and we have some bad news mixed with some semi-good news for Missouri School of Journalism students.
The bad news: the J-School average starting salary of post-graduates is the lowest of any school at MU. The average full-time annual salary for a graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism is $31, 800–the standard of living is barely below that number. And these figures seem pretty low once you consider the amount of money J-Schoolers spend on tuition and equipment. Continue reading →
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 →
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.
They reference Mizzou microcelebrities like Brother Jed from Speakers’ Circle and Sandy from Plaza 900, poke fun at kansas, point out the health risks of Baja and bring up the fact that there is no legitimate way to navigate through the engineering building.
But they also include, of course, quite a few jokes about the Missouri School of Journalism.