About The Telescope

We are now recruiting for the newspaper staff.

Students will have the opportunity to write, design, edit, promote with social media and take photographs for both the campus newspaper and magazine. Students will be able to focus in the areas that they prefer and finish their semester with tangible, printed copies of their work that they can use for internships, resumes and jobs.

 

There are THREE courses that allow you to become a part of this process:

Option 1:

Journalism 105 Multimedia News Writing/Production 

This course meets Mondays/Wednesdays from 9:30 a.m. until 12:20 p.m. and features a lecture/lab format that allows you to hear a short lecture and then gives you time to try out the new skill. This class assigns, stories, photos and design projects that wind up in the newspaper, magazine or on the publications’ websites.

Option 2:

Journalism 110L Multimedia Journalism Lab 

This course allows you to write, take photos or design for the newspaper or magazine. The class is has one orientation but NO CLASS MEETINGS. Three hours of work is completed on students’ own schedule.

Option 3:

Journalism 112L Lab for Online Journalism 

This course allows you to write, take photos or design for the newspaper or magazine’s WEBSITES. The class is has one orientation but NO CLASS MEETINGS. Three hours of work is completed on students’ own schedule.

For more information, visit www.the-telescope.com to see more about the newspaper.

 

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We publish seven times per semester and also have an active website, www.the-telescope.com.

Or follow us on twitteror FBsearch for The Telescope Newspaper!

News coverage about The Telescope.

The staff and its awards.

Here is a student, David Krueger, a Telescope staffer who won at the Society of Professional Journalists in the summer 2013.