News From The Reynolds School Of Journalism

Professor Vanessa Vancour driven by storytelling and her Latina heritage

Yahoo. Noble Studios. Channel 4. Visitors Bureau. Reynolds School of Journalism. Noticiero Mòvil. Ted Talk. Somos Nevada. Vanessa Vancour may not have done it all, but she’s certainly done a lot. The Reynolds School professor is behind the bilingual news organization Noticiero Mòvil. She also just recently hosted a TedTalk in which she talked about […]

By Krysta Scripter | Faculty News . Noticiero Móvil
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Noticiero Móvil launches magazine “Somos Nevada” at Sierra Arts Foundation

Noticiero Móvil, the first bilingual news studio to come out of the Reynolds School of Journalism, launched its print publication, Somos Nevada, this week at the Sierra Arts Foundation. The magazine, which translates to “We are Nevada,” features several past and current students’ work with Noticiero Móvil in both Spanish and English. Professor Vanessa Vancour, […]

By Krysta Scripter | Events . Noticiero Móvil
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RSJ students and faculty to screen documentaries at Carson City Festival

Four student and faculty produced short documentaries will be screened at the Carson City International Film Weekend at the Bob Boldrick Theater inside the Carson Community Center. The work was produced last fall under Kari Barber’s short documentary class at the Reynolds School. Students divide into teams and spend the entire semester working on their […]

By Krysta Scripter | Documentary . Events . Faculty News . Student Projects
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Did you miss The New York Times Editor Dean Baquet’s visit? Catch up here

Not even the rain and a rival basketball game could stop more than 200 people filing into the Nevada Museum of Art on Wednesday night. Students, faculty, media professionals and members of the public were all there to see the executive editor from one of the biggest newspapers in the country, The New York Times. Dean Baquet spoke on […]

By Krysta Scripter | Events
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Sacramento Press Club announces $34,000 in scholarships for journalism students

Are you looking for financial aid? Are you from the Sacramento area? If so, we might have a few scholarships for you.  The Sacramento Press Club have announced they will award $34,000 in seven scholarships for journalism students, or journalism-related fields. Scholarships range from $4,000 to $8,000. If you’re transferring from a community college to […]

By Krysta Scripter | Internship & Career Advice
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What is “Wolf Pack What” and why you should join

No matter what your focus is at the Reynolds School of Journalism, there’s always a place for you to hone your skills and show what you can do. If you’re interested in digital video production and social media promotion, then Wolf Pack What is for you. Wolf Pack What launched at the beginning of this […]

By Krysta Scripter | Student Projects
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Why should you participate in Media Shift’s Bots and Chatbots hackathon? Mignon Fogarty has some thoughts.

The 4th Annual Journalism School Media Shift Hackathon is rapidly approaching and you might be thinking to yourself – “why should I spend a weekend of my life in the InNEVation center messing around with bots, I can’t even code.” Good news, you don’t need to code and the weekend promises to be a fun, […]

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Reynolds Media Lab and Our Town Reno host second showing of documentary on homeless youth in Reno

College is hard enough for most students. For homeless University of Nevada, Reno student, Corey Mcdowell, it was considerably harder. Invisible Girl is a collaborative documentary project between Our Town Reno and the Reynolds Media Lab. The film follows McDowell as she tells her story of living on the streets of Reno while also taking classes. The film […]

By Krysta Scripter | Documentary . Events . Student Projects
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Fresno Bee offers paid business reporting internship for Reynolds School students

Hone your business reporting and writing skills this summer at The Fresno Bee with an eight-week paid business reporting internship open only to the Reynolds School students. The Bee is a mid-size daily newspaper in the heart of Central California, and is the No. 1 news source online and in print for a six-county region, with […]

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Apply now for an L.A. Times internship – for Reynolds School students only

The Los Angeles Times will offer a 10-week paid internship to a Reynolds School news student in summer 2017. See the details below and email your application by Noon (12 p.m.) on February 28 to Professor Alan Deutschman at adeutschman@unr.edu. The intern will help cover the business beat, reporting and writing on deadline for the website as […]

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Reynolds School Instructor Wins Big At AIGA’s ‘Command N’ Design Competition

Three laptops, three monitors, three designers one creative brief, 20 minutes. On Thursday night, Reno’s creative community came together to watch “Command N,” AIGA’s live design competition. There were three rounds with three different designers. The winner of each round went on to the final. The keyboard shortcut “command N” opens a new document so […]

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Introducing RSJFest: Your One Stop Shop For All Things Media

Want to get involved? Curious about the on-campus media groups at the Reynolds School? Want to do it all in one place?  On Wednesday, Feb. 1, the Reynolds School of Journalism and the Online News Association will be hosting RSJFest, a club fair just for the journalism school. From The Nevada Sagebrush to the Nevada […]

By Krysta Scripter | Events
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