Apr. 5, 2012
UNC journalism professors defend switch from spelling to word usage test
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“Right”, agreed, and I teach journalism, but then you might consider the spelling of the ideas you express. pherford
Just another example of the worthlessness of j schools and journalism degrees. Most j students don’t get enough general knowledge in their j school programs to even know what they are trying to right about. Give me a liberal arts major with a few basic j courses, and I’ll hire them in a New York minute over a j school grad.
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