Drake SJMC ranked in top 5% for highest paid JMC grads
Drake SJMC received a “badge” from the college-search website collegefactual.com for being in the “top 5 percent for highest paid” journalism and mass communication grads. The site ranked SJMC in the top 15 percent nationally for “best value.”
U.S. News & World Report magazine also ranked Drake University third overall in Midwest universities. See the University’s news release on the recent recognition.
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The E.T. Meredith Center for Magazine Studies is hosting an internship panel on Wednesday, Sept. 21, at 7 p.m. in Mer. 104. Students will discuss their experiences interning at such organizations at New York Magazine, Los Angeles Magazine and Smart + Strong.
Drake hosts concert promoted by SJMC students
Chicago native Tom Splitt released numerous albums and toured extensively before retiring from public performance to focus on other musical pursuits, including composition of choral pieces and an opera. He recently decided it was time to reemerge through a series of concerts, the first of which will be held at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 22, in the Harmon Fine Arts Center’s Performing Arts Hall. The performance will be open to the public, and admission will be free, as a gesture of appreciation for the support he received from two Drake students.
Cheyenne Ramsey, a senior advertising major, and Aaron Bell, a senior public relations major, worked this summer on a marketing and promotion plan for Splitt’s reemergence. Drake Communications posted a story about the project.