This morning, the HSJI PR team had the opportunity to shadow a pro in the field of Public Relations.
The High School Journalism Institute has survived a long time. Find out what has changed in 70 years and what never will.
Tess Plazek shares some information about HSJI student Nick Wagner.
Jaelyn White shares some information about HSJI student Gretel Payne.
As many may know, the Media School will begin moving into Franklin Hall, July 25. Since 1954, the journalism department at IU has been stationed in Ernie Pyle Hall. This building, named after the famous journalist Ernie Pyle himself, holds a special meaning to IU students, faculty, and alumni. HSJI students (this week and next week) will be the last group of journalists to be taught in Ernie Pyle Hall.
After next week, Ernie Pyle Hall will no longer be used to teach up-and-coming journalists.
In the Yearbook class, instructor Jeff Gabbard (and Janet McKinney who is not pictured) discussed the themes of yearbooks and what makes a good and bad yearbook with their students.
To “warm up” before the first session of the day, Web Packaging instuctor Denise Roberts led the class in some goofy stretches.
Many of the old classrooms that are not …
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The Media School begins moving into its new home on July 25. The Public Relations Team managed a sneak peek of the state-of-the-art facilities.
Tess Plazek introduces a few students attending HSJI this summer.
Click the picture to scroll through some ideas for what to do in your downtime while attending HSJI.
Photography and editing by Maria Thames