Friday night was TPSS’s turn at awarding students for their efforts in extra-curricular activity this year. The Excalibur had a strong showing at the annual banquet and celebration in the Cafritz Auditorium on the Takoma Park/Silver Spring campus. Faculty advisor Steve Thurston gave a short speech about the trials, tribulations and ultimate success of the…
The Takoma Park/Silver Spring paper (the Excalibur) is without an editor for the 2016-2017 school year! The editor job is a tough but rewarding one. Although faculty advisors look for experienced people to run the college’s newsrooms, we also look for other qualities in students, including whether the student is diligent, can hit deadlines, and…
This is a great class for communication studies majors, political science junkies and journalists in the making. If you’re pre-law, this is the class for you.
If you’re interested in doing that job, contact the Excalibur’s Advisor: Prof. Miriam Simon: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students at public schools and colleges in Maryland have a guaranteed right to run their news organizations as they see fit without unwanted intrusion from advisors, faculty, staff, the school board, the county board or the state.
COMM251 just moved from the English department and now fulfills an upper-level requirement for the Communication Studies major.
COMM251, Intro. to Journalism, used to be in the English department but has moved into Communication Studies–we’re very excited about this. It fulfills 200-level writing requirement for the COMM studies major