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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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J-Day brings hundreds of high school journalists to TROY

WDHN news anchor Ben Stanfield speaks to high school students during the 2017 J-Day at Troy University.

WDHN news anchor Ben Stanfield speaks to high school students during the 2017 J-Day at Troy University.

Almost 500 high school students from 27 high schools around the state flooded TROY’s campus on Thursday, Sept. 14, to attend the Hall School of Journalism and Communication’s annual J-Day.

“This is one of the largest J-Days ever,” Director of the Hall School of Journalism Jeff Spurlock said as he welcomed the students. “If you…

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J-Day hones high school journalists

Demetrius Hurry, a student at Foley High School, is interviewed by Troy University’s Trojan Vision reporter Samantha Charles.

Demetrius Hurry, a student at Foley High School, is interviewed by Troy University’s Trojan Vision reporter Samantha Charles.

More than 500 high school students from across Alabama participated in J-Day at Troy University’s Hall of School of Journalism and Communication on Thursday.

The annual event provides high school students the opportunity to experience the journalism and communication world through a series of informative and practical workshops and provides a better understanding of the career…

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