The Men of Journalism Calendar
This calendar is not quite what you expect. These men are fully clothed, instead, they are sporting professional clothing. Many of these young men are demonstrating the skills they have obtained from the Arizona State University Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
First Amendment For Free Food (FAFFF)
In an attempt to show Arizona State University students the importance of the First Amendment, we offered student a free piece of pizza but they had to sign away their First Amendment rights while they ate.
That means not freedom of speech, assembly, religion, petition and press.
Slice ‘N’ Dice
Come have your résumé diced and grab a slice of pizza!
The Society of Professional Journalists is proud to present Dr. Jamise Liddell of the City of Phoenix, David Olson, public relations specialist, Mary Cook, of the Cronkite School and others who can look at your résumé and give you pointers that you can’t get anywhere else!
This event is open to all, though non-members must take and consider an application for membership.
See you at this FREE event in CRONK 444. Remember to bring three copies of your résumé!
Homeless =/= Voiceless
ASU’s CHAPTER OF SPJ TO CREATE MULTIMEDIA PROJECT ENTITLED HOMELESS ≠ VOICELESS
Students will visit local St. Vincent de Paul to interview members of the homeless community.
Phoenix, Ariz. November 28, 2011- Arizona State University’s student chapter of Society of Professional Journalists is bringing a voice to the local homeless community. Seven students will spend an entire day at St. Vincent de Paul in downtown Phoenix.
Fundraising with Hooters
Come join SPJ ASU at the Hooters!
That night the Spurs will be taking on the Suns — great sports bar night!
Flyers will be available from SPJ members.