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Capital Gains

By Blake Tan | Photos by eli Hiller

(December 1, 2015) — Special funds open opportunities for extraordinary students.

Putting it All Together

By Danielle Hale

(December 1, 2015) — Capstone coursework produces real results.

Curriculum changes to give students more academic freedom

Megan Krause and Kelly Kettering

(May 14, 2010) — Ohio University’s 2012 change to semesters will bring E.W. Scripps School of Journalism students a new curriculum and a new building to call their home.

J-School pushes new curriculum ideas

By Callista Conzett

(August 29, 2008) — In recent years, the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism has made a number of curriculum changes that are better preparing students for careers in the constantly shifting field of journalism.

Two profs receive universitywide teaching awards

By Staff

(August 25, 2006) — It’s no secret among Scripps students and graduates that two of the best teachers in the journalism school are Assoc. Prof. Mary Rogus and visiting Prof. Deborah Gump.

Bringing the news to Athens

By Lexi Fisher

(March 18, 2005) — Where Athens MidDay is concerned, broadcast alumni probably remember stressful bonding experiences or grueling hours of work.

Seniors take their first step toward employment

By Tim Pappa
Photos by Tyler Barrick

(June 9, 2004) — Scripps alumni stress importance of professionalism, humility during Senior Saturday

Award-winning touch

By Andrew Davis

(June 9, 2004) — Mary Rogus named 2003 Coltrin Professor of the Year

Scripps’ New Addition

By Kelly McNab

(March 17, 2000) — “In 20 years, there is no job in broadcast I haven’t done,” said Mary Rogus, assistant professor at the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism.

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