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Reynolds School of Journalism Website Redesign RFQ

Our goal is to update the look and feel of our website to better serve our audiences.

“'The Red Queen’s Run' is a psychological thriller that exposes the academic ‘Ivory Tower’ to be a hothouse full of monstrous egos, where bullying thrives long past the childhood playground days and academic discipline requires research skills of the detective kind," said writer Kate Manning.

College experiences inspire former journalism professor to debut suspense novel

Bourne Morris, Reno resident and Reynolds School of Journalism professor emeritus for the University of Nevada, Reno will introduce her first novel, “The Red Queen’s Run,” to the community at 6:30 p.m., Dec. 9, at Sundance Books and Music in downtown Reno. The event is free and open to the public. “The Red Queen’s Run” is the first installment of her Red Solaris Trilogy suspense series. The series addresses the problems of campus violence.

The Reynolds School communication team took home two prestigious PRSA Sierra Nevada Chapter Silver Spike awards and two Awards of Excellence.

Reynolds School wins big at Silver Spike Awards

The Reynolds School of Journalism took home several prestigious awards at the 2014 Public Relations Society of America – Sierra Nevada Chapter Silver Spike Awards. The event took place at the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa in Reno on Thurs., Nov. 20.

Several Reynolds School students were given the opportunity to attend the Public Relation Student Society of America (PRSSA) 2014 National Conference held in Washington, D.C.

Student Perspectives: PRSSA students attend national conference

“My biggest takeaway from this eye opening experience helped reinforce the strength of receiving an education from the Reynolds School,” said Lyn Hernandez, 21, Reynolds School senior. “I’ve feared, like many of my fellow students, that perhaps I may be unprepared for the realities of my career. After attending the conference and learning what potential employers are looking for I feel confident that I will land a job after I graduate.”


Journalism students launch Reno news site for college community

Biggest Little City Buzz, or BLC Buzz, launched November 17 and includes curated articles about Reno written by students in an introductory journalism course.


Aluma Q&A with Kerry Sutherland

BREAKING NEWS: Speak Wines can be found in the latest issue of InStyle Magazine! Look for the holiday gift guide. Additionally, they were mentioned on the Today Show! Congratulations to Reynolds School Alumna Kerry Sutherland and her continued success.

RSJ student Walanya Vongsvirates invites everyone to get involved in the Brush Up because it is a place where you can grow as a journalist and exercise your creative freedom that you might not be able to in a classroom. 

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Student Perspectives: Media Dreams, The BrushUp & Beyond

The Reynolds School of Journalism has given me so much; The Brush Up is something I’m a part of to give back to the RSJ. I want to develop this club into something that will continue long after I graduate. The Brush Up provides students with an outlet to create original content and have full control over their vision and creativity.

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