Cal State Northridge Journalism Department's Monday Memo
Newsletter for Journalism Majors
Internships, jobs, accomplishments and general announcements
Fall 2015 * Issue No. 12
We have two more weeks until Thanksgiving Break!! Keep pushing through the semester, we can see the finish line J
Academic advisement ends this Friday, November 14. Please see an advisor during their open office hours or you will not be able to register for Spring 2016 classes.
Don’t forget! Campus will be closed for Veteran’s Day on November 11.
Clubs and Organizations Events
J Cruz from Power 106 will be on campus to talk about his career on Tuesday November 10 from 5pm to 6:30pm in the USU Lake View Terrace Room
David S Barr Award
The David S. Barr Award is intended to recognize one high school and one college student for their journalistic achievement and to encourage young journalists to focus on issues of social justice. It is named after David S. Barr, who for a quarter of a century served as The News Guild’s general counsel, mentor, role model and institutional memory. The amount of the Award is $1,000 for the high school student winner and $l, 500 for the college student winner.Deadline for all entries must be postmarked by no later than January 31, 2016.
The awards competition is open to all high school students, including those enrolled in vocational, technical or special education programs; and to all part-time or full-time college students, including those in community colleges and in graduate programs,
For more information visit www.newsguild.org
David S. Barr Award
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