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Student guest post: A farewell to the homepage

Students in JOMC 457, Advanced Editing, are writing guests posts for this blog this semester. This is the ninth of those posts. Paige Ladisic is a junior studying editing and graphic design and political science at UNC-Chapel Hill. 501 more words

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Q&A with Caroline McCain, account associate at communications firm Javelin

Caroline McCain is an account associate at Javelin, a communications firm in the D.C. area. In this interview, conducted by email, McCain discusses her work at Javelin, which has a social media focus, and prior jobs at two churches. 833 more words

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What 80,000 People, A Small Alabama Town and A National Story Can Teach Your Students

SELMA, Ala– On multiple levels, the 50th Anniversary of “Bloody Sunday” presented a gold mine of opportunities for those of us who teach journalism and mass communication. 1,341 more words

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How I will spend my spring break

Spring break is next week at UNC-Chapel Hill. Although I won’t teach classes or have meetings to attend, I will stay busy. Here’s my “to do” list: 65 more words

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Student guest post: Month of turmoil unites UNC students

Students in JOMC 457, Advanced Editing, are writing guests posts for this blog this semester. This is the sixth of those posts. Kathleen Harrington is a born-and-raised North Carolinian and die-hard Tar Heels fan. 711 more words

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Mass Communication is Not All About Journalism

Having grown up with a father in journalism and a mother in publishing, I’ve been more than exposed to the phenomenon that is mass communication. At a stage in life where I’m supposed to choose my own career and make my own path in life, I have somewhat naturally been inclined towards the field of… 279 more words

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