TROY, Ala. (TROJANVISION) — High school students from around Alabama visited Troy University to learn what a career and journalism entails.
Each year, the Hall School of Journalism and Communication (HSJC) holds J-Day to recruit students and help them grow their own journalism programs.
“J-Day is an opportunity for high school students to come to…
Student journalists in the making were getting some practice in Troy University‘s Earl Hutto Studio, home to TROY TrojanVision News.
Over 400 high school students from all over the southeast got the opportunity to attend Troy University’s J-Day, a day all about journalism.
“J-Day is our annual High School Workshop where we have a 400…
Earlier this month TROY‘s Hall School of Journalism celebrated 50 years of teaching college students, but on Thursday the school was looking to the future, sharing knowledge with a younger group of students at the annual J-Day.
Over 300 high school students visited Troy University’s campus for the Hall School of Journalism and Communication’s J-Day…
Join TROY TrojanVision News’ Aaron Taylor as he learns about activities on the TROY campus and from around the community. In this episode, Aaron interviews Dr. Robbyn Taylor to discuss The Hall School of Journalism and Communication’s J-Day.