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The Journalism Department Office staff have resumed in-person operations in Manzanita Hall (MZ) 210. Staff are available on campus from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday-Friday, to answer students' questions, concerns and/or to provide other services. Stop by for a chat or take advantage of a quiet study space in MZ 208. Staff also are managing remote communications: Students may call 818-677-3135 or reach out via email at Assistance will be provided as quickly as possible. As weekday classes resume, starting Aug. 29, students should join Journalism's social media platforms for important Department information and updates.

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