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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.


Journalism students encouraged to enter work for Hearst Journalism Awards

Reynolds School students invited to enter the Enterprise Reporting category of the Hearst Journalism Awards, a national competition that offers cash prizes ($1,000 to $2,600 for the top five winners) as well as considerable prestige.


Student Perspectives: RSJ’s News Studio goes to San Francisco

October 15th through 17th Vanessa Vancour’s News Studio class headed to San Francisco to meet with news, tech and creative companies. With phones in hand and a pretty great hashgtag, #geeksinthecity, the tweeting began before they reached the city. The trip included eleven students, one instructor, four cars, one hotel, five appointments with various companies, countless precious minutes spent trying to find parking, some pretty great food and numerous new contacts that bestowed their seasoned knowledge upon the students.


POSTPONED: 2014 Robert Laxalt Distinguished Writer Program scheduled for Nov. 17

The 2014 Robert Laxalt Distinguished Writer Program events with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Sheri Fink have been postponed due to a conflict with her travel schedule. The events are expected to be rescheduled for spring 2015 so Fink can continue to report from Liberia on the Ebola epidemic for the New York Times.


Helpful Tips: How to navigate the journalism major

The Reynolds School believes the future is bright for students who understand how to create, critique and creatively think about media in today’s environment. We provide one undergraduate degree in Journalism. Within that broad subject, students can follow tracks in news, strategic communications and visual design.


Spring 2015 registration is open!

It’s time to register for courses for the spring 2015 semester. The Reynolds School has a wide range of courses this semester, from a hands-on reporting course about the State legislature in Carson City to the annual American Advertising Federation competition — the IMC class. Information about all the classes the Reynolds School is offering is posted here on the RSJ website and paper copies are available in the dean’s office and from your professors.

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