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Professor Bob Felten explains why Friday is a legal holiday this week.

By Professor Bob Felten It starts in the mid 70s when I was a reporter at the Reno Evening Gazette. (Yes, this was when there were two daily newspapers in Reno.) One of my editors, the gentleman Bob Nitsche, asked me to write a story about several perennial candidates for public office. These men ran […]

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PRSSA Nevada Goes To Boston – National Conference Take Aways

Written By Pierce Baker, VP Publicity PRSSA Nevada A group of 12 students from the PRSSA Nevada (Public Relations Student Society of America) attended the PRSSA national conference in Boston and came back armed with tools to succeed in the workforce. PRSSA Nevada VP of Publicity has five key takeaways below.   1. Tools for […]

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The Spring 2018 journalism course schedule is here!

Subject Catalog Section Title Days Start Time End Time Instructor Last Name JOUR  300 1001 Visual Communication Online only Hepworth JOUR  300 1002 Visual Communication Online only Orr JOUR  304 1001 Social Media and Society MW 10.00 11.15 Yun JOUR  305 1001 Media Ethics MW 10.00 11.15 Andrews JOUR  305 1002 Media Ethics TR 10.30 […]

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Reynolds School instructor honored at national public relations conference

Reynolds School lecturer and faculty advisor Alison Gaulden, APR, received her second Dr. F. H. Teahan PRSSA (Public Relations Student Society of America) Outstanding Faculty Adviser of the year award on Oct. 9, 2017 at the PRSSA National Conference in Boston, Massachusetts. Gaulden first won the award in 2015. Students cannot nominate previous winners in […]

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Weekly Oregon Publication Honored by The Reynolds School for Tenacity and Bravery in reporting

Good journalism upholds the tenets of the First Amendment and works to uncover the stories that matter, and The Malheur Enterprise, a small weekly publication in eastern Oregon, is being honored with the Reynolds School’s Frank McCulloch Award later this month for doing just that. When Les Zaitz took over The Malheur Enterprise, a small […]

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Journalism grad Dylan Silver gets funding for his underwater photography project from the InNEVenture Fund

As a graduate student in the Reynolds School of Journalism, Dylan Silver launched Tahoe Clarity, a fine arts photography business with an environmental mission, supported by an InNEVenture Fund investment.

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Professor Jake Highton – A Remembrance

The Reynolds School community is mourning the loss of Professor Emeritus Jake Highton, who died yesterday at age 86. Jake taught in the School for 30 years before retiring as professor emeritus in 2011. Beloved by former students as a challenging but caring professor, Jake remained active as a journalist until his final days, publishing […]

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From Reno to Vanity Fair: One Reynolds School grad’s journey from local news to major publication

Every workday Reynolds School alumna and Reno native Sarah Shoen goes to her job as an editorial assistant at Vanity Fair on the 41st floor of the new World Trade Center in New York City. “I’m mostly in charge of making sure the head editors of VanityFair.com are where they need to be. I organize […]

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Now Hiring: Communication and Marketing Assistant, PT

The Reynolds School of Journalism seeks an entry-level part-time communications assistant to help with social media campaigns, live events and website maintenance. This position reports to the Reynolds School’s Communication Specialist and would be between 20 to 25 hours per week. Some nights and weekends will be required. Responsibilities include: Developing engaging social media content to […]

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Regional journalists gather at the Reynolds School for a digital storytelling workshop

From an exhaustive list of cutting edge digital storytelling tools to a in-depth look at how we can break out of our bubbles and see things from other people’s perspectives, the Online News Association’s Digital Storytelling Workshop gave regional journalists a chance to network and pick up new skills. The event took place all day […]

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Looking back at Spring 2017: Dean Baquet, Chatbot Hackathon, award-winning documentaries and more!

Spring 2017 was an eventful semester at the Reynolds School. Let’s have a look at the accomplishments of our faculty and students. New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet visited us in February, drawing big crowds on campus and downtown for inspiring conversation about the state of journalism, more important than ever. Assistant Professor Patrick […]

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