The events calendar at http://www.jrn.columbia.edu/calendar/ (linked from the Journalism School homepage and this blog) will now include all events to be held at the School, including Career Services events and those hosted by SPJ. To have your event listed, please send e-mail to Barbara Fasciani at email@example.com with the following information:
February 21, 2006
Student business cards are now available through Printing Services located in 106 Journalism Building. You must order cards in person at this location. Printing Services is open 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
You may choose between two templates. One lists you as a reporter for the Columbia Journalist and the other lists you as a student at the school.
The cost is $38.02 for 250 cards. You must pay by cash or check; credit cards are not accepted.
Prof. Victor Navasky wins one of the most prestigious awards in journalism:
Victor S. Navasky will receive the George Polk Book Award for “A Matter of Opinion,” a unique memoir full of colorful personalities and big events published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux. Navasky, who became editor of the The Nation in 1978 and rose to become its publisher and editorial director in 1995, is now publisher emeritus. His work provides a historically significant view of the role that public discourse plays in sustaining the democratic process in an age of mass media and corporate dominance.