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Starbucks Editor-In-Chief Challenges Students to Think Differently About Brand Journalism

It’s no secret that the media landscape is rapidly evolving. The increase in corporate storytelling, also known as brand journalism, as a means of establishing  a brand identity is playing a large part in that change. Students, faculty and staff gathered together on Monday evening to listen to Jennifer Sizemore, Starbucks senior communications and marketing […]

By Alexa Solis | Uncategorized
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A Q&A With Professor Ben Birkinbine: What did you research this summer?

Ever wonder what your professors are up to during the summer months? Well, a little bit of everything from vacation to research to passion projects. Professor Ben Birkinbine gives some insight into the research he did this summer in London, England. Q: Could you tell me a little bit about your research over the summer? […]

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The Reynolds School Welcomes Ezequiel Korin as Assistant Professor of Spanish Language Studies

Story by Alexis Solis, Reynolds School Marketing Assistant The Reynolds School of Journalism welcomes Ezequiel Korin to its faculty as an Assistant Professor of Spanish Language Studies. Korin will play an instrumental role in the development of the Reynolds School’s forthcoming Spanish Language Media program. Korin has almost 20 years of experience in communication field, […]

By Alexa Solis | Faculty News . RSJ Updates . Uncategorized
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The Definitive Reynolds School Back-to-School Survival Guide: A look into how to succeed when all you want to do is sleep in

The birds are chirping and the University of Nevada, Reno’s campus is once again bustling with activity signaling that it is indeed that time of year again. Whether you’re just beginning your foray into the college experience or an old-pro getting ready to graduate, here are some failsafe ways to guarantee success this semester. Sleep […]

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Algerian students work with Reynolds School professors through leadership program

Combining young students from Algeria with Reynolds School professors and students for two weeks during August is a tremendous learning experience. Professors worked with students to document their experiences and to take a look at what it means to “act in the world and not on the world.” The Algeria Youth Leadership Program is a […]

By Adrianna Owens | RSJ Updates . Student Projects . Uncategorized
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2017 Student Projects: starting a sports podcast

Reynolds School student, Johnathan Macaluso, hopes to land a job in sports broadcasting, so he started his own sports podcast last year. The podcast is recorded weekly at the Reynolds School, where he can explore his future career goals in student-accessible recording rooms. Get to know a little bit more about Sportscast Weekly from this […]

By Adrianna Owens | Uncategorized
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“It’s the ideal job.” How the Reynolds School prepared this graduate for her dream job.

Amanda White works from remote white-sand beaches and boats in the open sea, where she travels alongside scuba divers and conservationists. When not filming dive missions, or diving herself, she’s writing press releases, blog posts and social media from locations all around the world for a cause she believes in. White has her dream job, […]

By Krysta Scripter | Uncategorized
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Why it’s important to talk to your professors.

For some people, the thought of raising your hand and speaking in class is enough to make you want to crawl under table, let alone speaking with a professor after class or in their office. But talking with your professors isn’t just polite, it can be crucial to your success as a student. Some Reynolds […]

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Reynolds Alumna is trying to get Jimmy Fallon to visit, well, Fallon, Nevada

When you hear the word Fallon, what do you think of? Do you think of the small city east of Reno? Or do you think of the popular talk show host Jimmy Fallon? Reynolds School alumna Caren Roblin knew the answer to that question. As Director of Content for Sierra Media Group, she has a […]

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Five reasons why studying in Reno is actually the best

Reno is the hidden gem of the Sierras. Californians flock here for the beautiful outdoor amenities and everyone else assumes it’s just a smaller Vegas. But Reno’s days of being known as a sadder, faded version of Vegas are quickly dissolving. A new culture of art, community, and industry is changing the way Reno is […]

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