Ohio Journalist

1974-75

Hortin Retires

By Staff

(June 7, 1975) — Dr. L.J. Hortin, longtime director of Ohio University's School of Journalism, will retire July 1 from his position as director of journalism at Murray State University, Murray, KY.


J-School Move Set For Fall

By Staff

(June 7, 1975) — Renovation progress indicates that the School of Journalism will be able to move into Lasher Hall during the fall quarter, thus becoming one of few journalism schools to occupy what had been a complete working newspaper plant.


Two Faculty Members Resign

By Staff

(June 7, 1975) — Two journalism school faculty members resigned during the past year.


Alumni Help Sought in Fund Drive

By Staff

(June 7, 1975) — The School of Journalism is hoping to raise more than $70,000 to put modern editing, composition and production equipment in Lasher Hall.


Lounge Fund Planned

By Staff

(June 7, 1975) — Journalism students are planning projects for a fund-raising drive to furnish a student lounge in Lasher Hall, where the School of Journalism will soon move.


Ph.D. Program Lauded

By Staff

(June 7, 1975) — The Ph.D. in mass communication, a cooperative program between the School of Journalism and the School of Radio-Television, received praise in the report of the accrediting team from the North of Higher Education.


News of Organizations 1975

By Staff

(June 7, 1975) — The Ohio University chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, Sigma Delta Chi, won 16 regional awards -- more than any other chapter -- at the recent regional convention in Cleveland.


Students Work Abroad

By Staff

(June 7, 1975) — The School of Journalism's foreign internship program has become well established during the last several years, according to Dean John R. Wilhelm, who teaches one of the few foreign correspondence courses in the country.


Dean Visits Malaysia

By Staff

(June 7, 1975) — Liaison between the School of Journalism and the Mara Institute of Technology in Malaysia continued last summer when Dean John R. Wilhelm of the College of Communication spent seven weeks advising Mara on its school of Mass Communication.


Faculty Notes 1975

By Staff

(June 7, 1975) — J.W. Click and Russell N. Baird have written a new book, Magazine Editing and Production, to be published in June by the William Brown Co., Dubuque, Iowa.


Magazine Project

By Staff

(June 7, 1975) — Ohio's Tomorrow, the statewide magazine for Ohio Jaycees, will be pronounced by advanced magazine and advertising students, beginning with the November 1974 issue.


Lab Paper Vetoed

By Staff

(June 7, 1975) — Study of the possibility of establishing a laboratory newspaper at Ohio University concluded earlier this school year with a decision not to do so.


Alumni News Notes 1975

By Staff

(June 7, 1975) — What are alumni doing now?


Job Scene Brighter

By Staff

(June 7, 1975) — The job picture for graduating journalism students is a bit brighter in 1974 than the last couple of years, according to J.W. Click, who coordinates placement for the School of Journalism.


Whats New? 1975

By Staff

(June 7, 1975) — Let us know what youve been doing. If you have a new job, a promotion, or recent honors or awards, use this blank to tell us about it.


Nye Sweeps Photojournalism Awards

By Staff

(June 7, 1975) — Charlie Nye, senior from Dayton, swept a number of photojournalism awards last spring.


JournAlumnus - A Week of Professionals

By Staff

(June 7, 1975) — Communication week 1974 again featured an array of professionals from various segments of the industry.


'Longest Day' Author Given Degree

By Staff

(June 7, 1975) — "An unconcerned public deserves and unconcerned press," Cornelius J. Ryan, noted author and journalist declared in a speech marking his acceptance of a doctor of humane letters degree from Ohio University.


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