Visiting students learn about journalism from industry professionals during TROY’s annual J-Day event

One of J-Days many workshops teaches students how to use the cameras and other equipment in the TrojanVision studio.

One of J-Days many workshops teaches students how to use the cameras and other equipment in the TrojanVision studio.

The Hall School of Journalism and Communication at Troy University hosted over 450 high school students on Thursday, teaching them more about the field and what the program has to offer. The University’s “J-Day” event has been held for over 20 years. 

“I think it’s important for students to see what’s attainable,” said Dr. Robbyn…

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High school journalists gain skills, networking at Hall School’s J-Day

High school journalists from around Alabama descended on Troy University on Oct. 20 for the Hall School of Journalism and Communication’s J-Day.

High school journalists from around Alabama descended on Troy University on Oct. 20 for the Hall School of Journalism and Communication’s J-Day.

Some 400 high school journalists from around Alabama descended on Troy University on Oct. 20 for the Hall School of Journalism and Communication’s J-Day.

The event brings high school students in for a series of workshops ranging from photography to yearbook design to writing and reporting, taught by industry professionals, TROY alumni and Hall School…

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J-Day brings high school journalists to TROY

J-Day gives future students the opportunity to see the different career paths in journalism.

J-Day gives future students the opportunity to see the different career paths in journalism.

Approximately 300 students from 20 different schools flocked to TROY on Thursday for the Hall School of Journalism and Communication’s annual J-Day event.

Through a series of workshops taught by industry professionals, including TROY alumni and current professors, local high school students interested in journalism are educated about the options they have when choosing a…

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Hall School of Journalism hosts largest ever J-Day event

Area high school students take a turn in front of the TrojanVision cameras during 2018 J-Day.

Area high school students take a turn in front of the TrojanVision cameras during 2018 J-Day.

Nearly 600 high school students from around the state took part the Hall School of Journalism and Communication’s annual J-Day event on Thursday, Sept. 27.

Organizers say it was the largest turnout ever for the annual high school journalism event, which gives up-and-coming journalists a chance to learn from veteran professionals.

Each year, the department hosts…

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