News From The Reynolds School of Journalism

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 the 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 […]

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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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Graduate Alumni Profile: Reno Public Radio Membership Coordinator Michelle Matus

Reno Public Radio membership coordinator, Michelle Matus, completed her graduate students from the Reynolds School in May of 2016. “My best takeaway was the small intimate cohort that allowed me to get to know people well and work with them in a variety of projects. We collaborate a lot in visual projects, in events that […]

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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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MediaTips: Regina Revazova, from NPR Mentee to Mentor and Audio Media Entrepreneur

One of the mentors for the upcoming 2017 Reynolds School of Journalism NPR Next Generation Radio bootcamp was one of the students being coached in 2013. From being a freelance reporter in Russia, to now starting up her own podcasting business in Arizona, Regina Revazova reflects on her time as a journalist in Russia and […]

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Summer internship available for video students and writers with the Algerian Youth Leadership Program.

Reynolds students have an opportunity to work with international journalists this summer as part of the Algerian Youth Leadership Program. Students will work with Algerian high school students as part of a cultural exchange program. A portion of the program is done with Reynolds Professors Todd Felts and Nico Colombant, they’re looking for three video […]

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Reynolds team gets Honorable Mention in national advertising competition

From right to left: Todd Felts, Madison Spiegel, Sierra Taylor-Cline, Hayley Hanger, Madeline Potts, Don Butterfield, the 2017 PRSSA Bateman Case Study Team. A team of Reynolds School strategic communications students recently received an honorable mention for their work for the Bateman Case Study Competition, placing in the top 15 out of 75 schools nationwide. […]

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“Wolf Pack Relations” prepares students to be public relations professionals, by treating them like PR pros

What is Wolf Pack Relations? from Reynolds School of Journalism on Vimeo. The Reynolds School of Journalism’s very own public relations firm works with clients in the community, hosts conferences, and gives students an opportunity to not only see a working firm in action, but to run it themselves. “Wolf Pack Relations is a student-run […]

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Grad School Alumna Story: Patricia Bouweraerts, Current Marketer At Truckee Meadows Community College

With several university degrees, a undergraduate degree in Music Education from Northern Illinois University, a master’s degree in Music Performance from DePaul University, and a degree in Graphic Design from Truckee Meadows Community College, graduate alumna Patricia Bouweraerts was a great addition to the 2015 Reynolds School graduate cohort. “Achieving my master’s degree in Interactive […]

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Reynolds First Amendment Forum Recap: Yes, Free Speech Is Under Fire – But We Can Do Something About It

  In light of recent trends and public opinion shifts on press and its role as a news source, Media Law Professor Patrick File decided to bring two law experts, David Greene, Senior Staff Attorney and Civil Liberties Director at Electronic Frontier Foundation, and RonNell Anderson Jones, professor of law at University of Utah S.J. […]

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Reynolds Students participate in national advertising competition – gain incredible real-world skills

The National Student Advertising Competition isn’t just a competition. It’s a career-making opportunity for students. Graduates who participated in the Student Advertising competition have gone on to work at top ad agencies in the region and beyond. The journalism school has placed in the top ten for several years, and won nationally in 2003. This […]

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Not as hard as you think: Why this Reynolds School student is a double-major.

One School, Many stories: Why Dominique DiPietro says double-majoring isn’t hard at all from Reynolds School of Journalism on Vimeo. Getting one degree seems hard enough for most students. For double-major Dominique DiPietro, the idea that double-majoring is harder is a myth. She’ll be graduating with a degree in Spanish and journalism. DiPietro, a junior, […]

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