Communication Studies courses produce a wide range of excellent student work, including:
Through the Curtain
JMC 126H: Writing for Digital Media
This site features the digital-first writing of our department’s introduction to digital course. Students focus on localizing larger stories and creating content maximized for online platforms and audiences.
JMC 325W: Reporting
This blog highlights the wide expanse of work done by advanced Reporting students. The emphasis is on written narrative and the topics range from local to international
JMC 335: Interactive Journalism
This annual online publication is produced by the students of JMC 335. Each year’s class selects a common theme and produces a range of original multimedia content. Issues have examined student entertainment opportunities, Spokane neighborhoods and outdoor culture.
Inland NW Stories
JMC 396: Travel Journalism
This site features storytelling and news related to travel and tourism in the Inland Northwest region. We focus on Eastern and Central Washington, Northern Idaho, Western Montana and – occasionally – farther afield.
SP402 Takes On…
SP 402: Freedom and Responsibility of Speech
This project requires students to explore and explain a significant Supreme Court decision dealing with a free speech issue by creating multimedia content on the decision’s history, theory, common law or digital application.