When a select group of journalism students were invited to a small group discussion with Group Editor of All You magazine, Clare McHugh, they were treated not only to a classy lunch but also to an opportunity to learn how to start a career in journalism on the right track.
The news of Jon Stewart leaving “The Daily Show” has caused a wide array of emotions for both viewers and media outlets around the country. Fox News, particularly Megyn Kelly, seem pleased at the announcement, knowing that it probably means they will no longer be frequent targets of the satire host. Fans of the show, on the other hand, are shocked and have taken to social media to question where they will get their nightly dose of satire news.
When you look at ABC’s fall lineup, what do you see? Maybe some Grey’s Anatomy, The Bachelor, and Dancing with the Stars. Look at the new shows that debuted during the current television season: How to Get Away with Murder, black-ish, Fresh Off the Boat. What do you see now? Each of these shows is led by men and women of different races.
Last Thursday, students filled up the Nelly Golletti Theatre to see “Korengal,” the latest war documentary from award-winning journalist, writer, and filmmaker Sebastian Junger. A sequel to the Oscar-nominated “Restrepo,” “Korengal” focuses on the emotions and experiences of the soldiers in combat.