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Congratulations to all of our Journalism and Mass Communication students who are graduating this Commencement Weekend under extraordinary circumstances. We look forward to saluting you in person in the near future. Cheers to the Class of 2019-20!

In the meantime, tag us in your at-home graduation celebrations using #CSUNJournalism, and we will feature your photos on our social media and the Journalism Department website!


The Journalism Department Office staff is working remotely until further notice, due to COVID-19. Call 818-677-3135 or email at We will provide assistance as quickly as possible during regular business hours – 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Mon-Fri. Students should join our social media platforms for updates.

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Pop-up Newsroom students to take part in global project

November 7, 2013

Pop-up Newsroom reporter

Equipped with only their cellphones, graduate journalism students at California State University, Northridge will collaborate with more than 100 other students at universities in India, Taiwan and the UK on Nov. 16 to report about poverty in each country. The project is part of the Pop-Up Newsroom, a temporary virtual newsroom that periodically springs to life to cover stories live, using only mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Its student reporters rely entirely on social media tools, especially Twitter, which allows only 140 characters per post. Read more

Public relations practicum students working with VPAC

November 6, 2013

PR Students give CSUN President Dianne Harrison iPad survey

CSUN journalism students in the public relations practicum are gaining first-hand experience working for the Valley Performing Arts Center this fall. Dr. Marcella De Veaux’s J398 class is part of the myCSUNtablet initative, and the students are using their iPads at recent performances to survey audience members about their experience.

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