Several students from the High School Journalism Institute visited Franklin Hall during lunch on July 11 to casually talk with Indiana University journalism students and representatives about the Media School.
The event was headed by Assistant Director of Student Services Leya Taylor and Maria Cambone, and they received many questions about the honors school and direct admittance, as well as job opportunities and internships.
“This was a pretty informal event,” Taylor said. “[HSJI director] Teresa [White] just kind of asked us to come talk to students and, of course, we were happy to because we were both available. Everyone was really interested and asked a lot of great questions.”
Direct admittance to the Media School has specific requirements. A student must score either a 1310 on the SAT or a 28 on the ACT and have either a 3.70/4.00 GPA or rank in …
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