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  • Catching up with OHIO-in-LA: Q & A with Stazy Mazo

    Fourth-year screenwriting and producing major Stazy Mazo discusses her production internship with her "dream company" and seizing the opportunity to develop unique skills this semester. 

  • Catching up with OHIO-in-LA: Q & A with senior Madison Linville

    Senior strategic communication major Madison Linville has an internship involving influencer marketing and a gig reading scripts. She talks about her plans for a career in entertainment and how the virtual OHIO-in-LA program is going to help her get there.

  • Catching up with OHIO-in-LA: Q & A with senior John Amato

    Integrated media major John Amato is building resumé bullets this semester as he participates in the virtual OHIO-in-LA program, interning with a management company and preparing for a career in the media industry.

  • Meet a J-School student who helped run the 2020 HSJW

    Junior journalism major Claire Geary describes her experience helping to develop and implement a strategy for the first-ever virtual version of one of the nation's longest-running high school journalism workshops. Interpersonal connections are a hallmark of the workshop; learn how Geary and the planning team made them happen despite the virtual format.

  • Quarantine College Life: A Podcast

    Scripps students tell their quarantine stories.

  • Podcasting class covers "Life with COVID-19"

    Q&A with senior Olivia Stefanoff about the project her group created for her MDIA course, Writing and Producing the Non-Fiction Podcast.

  • Doug Bowie talks about the new BNIC

    Doug Bowie talks about BNIC!

  • PRSSA on the move to remote work

    Sierra and Sami talk about how PRSSA is adapting to the remote environment.

  • NPPAOU's adaptation to COVID-19

    Madeleine Zoe Hordinski, president of the award-winning Ohio University chapter of the National Press Photographers Association (NPPAOU), talks about how her organization is adapting to the new remote environment.

  • Brandon Saunders: Adapting instruction during COVID-19

    "You have to be willing to put the energy and time into the problems and also patient enough to allow something to fail and start over again": McClure School professor Brandon Saunders offers his perspective and advice on how to approach remote learning.