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2018 High School Journalism Day at CSUN!

Over two hundred students from twenty-three schools attended High School Journalism Day at California State University, Northridge on Oct. 20. Students travelled from across Southern California to participate in contests, workshops and Q&A’s with journalism professors, L.A. Times journalists and the local Press Photographers association. CSUN’s Department of Journalism hosted the event in collaboration with the…
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October 23, 2018

Over two hundred students from twenty-three schools attended High School Journalism Day at California State University, Northridge on Oct. 20.

Students travelled from across Southern California to participate in contests, workshops and Q&A’s with journalism professors, L.A. Times journalists and the local Press Photographers association. CSUN’s Department of Journalism hosted the event in collaboration with the Southern California Journalism Education Association, HS Insider and the LA professional and CSUN student chapters of the Society of Professional Journalists.

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