Thursday, July 19 • Announcements
Today we conclude HSJI 2018 with an 8:30-10:30 a.m. small group session followed by our awards program from 11 a.m-noon. If your family is attending our awards session in Willkie Auditorium, please have them park near Spruce or behind Willkie and meet you to walk over to Willkie. Move-out will begin after the closing session.
During your small group session this morning, please complete our workshop evaluation. The link to the workshop evaluation is in the slider. We appreciate your feedback, which helps us plan next year’s Institute.
The counseling staff asks you to keep the following things in mind as you move out today:
Make sure your room is clean and your furniture is back in its original position.
Check all drawers, shelves, and wardrobes for personal belongings. Don’t leave anything behind.
Tie up your trash bags and place them in the …
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HSJI is a journalism workshop, yes, but also a time and space to sample college life and make friends with student journalists from across the country and even a few from across the world.
Students check in at the main lobby of Spruce.
Bautista sits at a piano and listens to the sign on it that reads “Do Not Touch!”
“I really didn’t like the process at first but now every time I see a piano I want to play it,” Bautista said.
Dean Hume teaches the importance of communication to the sports broadcasting students. They were challenged to find the most interesting information about their peers’ lives.
“Birthday Girl” Ashley Johnson takes her newly acquired equipment back to the Documentary Film Class.
Marshall runs up to it to swing around on it. Marshall loved being outdoors to see animals, especially while running.
Sports Broadcasting …
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On the final morning of the TV News workshop, students met in The Media School’s Ken and Audrey Beckley Studio in Franklin Hall. After a brief rehearsal playing the roles of floor director, camera and teleprompter operators and anchors, students broadcast the following newscast on the screen in Franklin Hall Commons. The newscast incorporates intros and tosses written by students, plus each student’s feature package project from the workshop.
HSJI students who are rising seniors are eligible to apply for a scholarship to attend IU. Please complete the online application by the Wednesday, July 19, 7:45 a.m. deadline.