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What's on the final exam in an editing course

It’s the last week of classes for the spring semester at UNC-Chapel Hill. Final exams are ahead.

Here is what’s on the exam in my section of… 109 more words

Journalism Education

Student guest post: Editing narrative journalism (an essay in question form)

Students in MEJO 457, Advanced Editing, are writing guest posts for this blog this semester. This is the 14th of those posts. Jordan Wilkie is a first-year master’s student on the reporting track at UNC-Chapel Hill. 931 more words

Journalism Education

Student guest post: Should Facebook Live be deleted?

Students in MEJO 457, Advanced Editing, are writing guest posts for this blog this semester. This is the 13th of those posts. Avery Williams is a junior studying editing and graphic design at UNC-Chapel Hill. 458 more words

Journalism Education

Riding Cuba's new wave

This semester, students in a multimedia course at UNC-Chapel Hill traveled to Cuba. Their mission was to document changes there, with a focus on the country’s young people. 122 more words

Journalism Education

Student guest post: Rethinking editing — my journey from editing news to reading books

Students in MEJO 457, Advanced Editing, are writing guest posts for this blog this semester. This is the 12th of those posts. Molly Weybright is a junior studying journalism and creative writing at UNC-Chapel Hill. 814 more words

Journalism Education

A career opportunity to lets you build a strong nation

Sources, which keep you aware and let you know the news from around the corner are journalists. Their job is as difficult as interesting as it sounds. 346 more words

Mass Communication

Principal with fake credentials undone by real high school journalism

A new principal at a high school in Kansas had made it through the vetting of school administrators without them uncovering the dubious nature of her resume, which included a degree from a notorious “diploma mill,” … 177 more words

Journalism