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SDSU School of Journalism & Media Studies prepares students for careers in advertising, journalism, public relations & other media industries.
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We are so grateful for our administrative coordinator, Maggie Shoya! ❤️ She was recognized on Nov. 9 for 15 years of service. Thank you for your tireless, always enthusiastic care for all of us in ! 💐
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PRSSA SDSU Nov 13
Interested in applying public relations principles/ethics to a career in the military or tech field? Join us tonight as we listen to guest speaker Rob MacDonald, SAIC program manager. Meeting is at 7 p.m. in the Legacy Suite. For more info:
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Experience SDSU Nov 13
Students can stop by the Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Resource Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Student Union Courtyard to learn more about on- and off-campus resources for students facing food or housing insecurity.
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NAHJ SDSU Nov 9
Meeting this Wednesday Nov.14 at 6:30p.m. If you have trouble finding the meeting room please don’t hesitate to contact us.
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Jayla Lee Nov 9
Thanks to the PR pros who spoke with my students this semester. ⭐️ We are learning much from your experiences in the industry!!
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Andrea Lopez V. Nov 8
Join next Monday for a private newsroom tour at RSVP: nahjsandiego@gmail.com.
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Andrea Lopez V. Nov 6
Join for a newsroom tour of on Nov. 12. Plus tacos after 🌮😋
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SDSU JMS Nov 6
Alumnus Max Branscomb is battling cancer -- he is a journalist, professor, and advisor for . "He's the reason why so many us are passionate about journalism," tweeted . Please support his family during this difficult time:
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Adriana Heldiz Nov 2
.'s Max Branscomb is battling cancer. Max always encouraged his students to go beyond their own boundaries. He's the reason why so many us are passionate about journalism. Please help support his family.
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Madeline Balicoco Nov 2
Cheers to this hardworking team! Thank you, , for pushing us to be the best practitioners we can be. Now it's time to prepare our campaign book!
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PRSSA SDSU Oct 31
Do you need to spruce up your LinkedIn profile pic? Sign up for our headshot fundraiser this Saturday to get professional pictures taken. Sessions are $15 for non-members and free for members. Sign up for a slot at .
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Jayla Lee Oct 31
Photobooth fun with and 👻🎃
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Jayla Lee Oct 31
Happy Halloween!! 🎃 Thanks to all my students who came to the SJMS Open House! 👻✨
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SDSU JMS Oct 31
Happy Halloween, ! Check out our Instagram story for more highlights from our Open House! 🎃
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amy schmitz weiss Oct 31
⁩ Halloween festivities!
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amy schmitz weiss Oct 31
Some retro Disney Halloween spooky sounds courtesy of ⁦⁩ for ⁦⁩ Halloween festivities
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SDSU JMS Oct 31
We’re all treats and no tricks at the SJMS Open House!! 🎃
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SDSU JMS Oct 31
Stop by from 1-2 p.m. today in PSFA 357 for SJMS Open House! We’ll have pizza, treats, and no tricks... 🎃
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Bey-Ling Sha Oct 30
Hooray! Congratulations to professor on all your awards! students and faculty rocked the tonight!! 👏💕😁
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Bey-Ling Sha Oct 30
Congratulations!!! Hope to see these young journalists soon at 🌴
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