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Blog on Graduate Journalism

carlstreatorcarlstreator Registered User Posts: 50 Junior Member
Hey all--

I apologize if this seems like self-promotion; I'm just trying to get the word out because I think I will be helping people like me in the future.

Anyway, I've started a blog detailing the process of applying to, getting into, and life during graduate school in journalism. It's still in very early stages, as far as appearance goes, and I plan to add more user interactivity in the future (i.e. answering questions) but the address is:

Broadcast Outcast

I hope to make it a place where people who are thinking about grad school in journalism can go to get a glimpse of life on the inside...that almost sounds like jail. Well, you get the idea. I surely have my own biases and stupid ideas, but hopefully prospective students can glean something from my experience. Thanks, and I hope it helps at least one person.
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