So you’ve decided to go to journalism school. And you wonder
what the hell you’re doing buying textbooks and signing up for courses rather
than running out and gathering scoops like a seasoned pro. Welcome to the ropes
of an increasingly complex role. You’ve a lot to learn and, yes, you can gather
those great scoops as you go. Here are some highlights from J-Source’s Student Lounge.


Student journalists uncover imposter

Learning Kosovo

Feet-to-ground, pen-to-paper

Northwestern students slam dean for anonymous sources

Afghan student journalist sentenced to death

(Photo by Minh Nguyn – WikiCommons)

So you’ve decided to go to journalism school. And you wonder
what the hell you’re doing buying textbooks and signing up for courses rather
than running out and gathering scoops like a seasoned pro. Welcome to the ropes
of an increasingly complex role. You’ve a lot to learn and, yes, you can gather
those great scoops as you go. Here are some highlights from J-Source’s Student Lounge.


Student journalists uncover imposter

Learning Kosovo

Feet-to-ground, pen-to-paper

Northwestern students slam dean for anonymous sources

Afghan student journalist sentenced to death

(Photo by Minh Nguyn – WikiCommons)

[node:ad]

Patricia W. Elliott is a magazine journalist and assistant professor at the School of Journalism, University of Regina. You can visit her at patriciaelliott.ca.