Cambell Geibel ‘21: Last week Romeo journalism students made the trip to East Lansing to visit Michigan State University for the MIPA journalism day. Students from both Newspaper and Yearbook class traveled to MSU to see what the colleges’ journalism program offers.
Upon arrival, students met professors, faculty, and college level students, all sharing their stories of what life at MSU looks like for them and what it means to be apart of the journalism school there. On tours of the Communications Arts and Sciences building, aspiring journalists saw classrooms, recording studios, and broadcasting stations.
“The trip was great, it’s encouraging to see how good the journalism program is in places that are so close to home,” Austin Taseski said. “And especially since I’m considering it as an option for college, I want to go into sports journalism, it’s great to see how the program is ran and how i can use it to my advantage.”
An amazing opportunity to learn a little more about college life and the School of Journalism at MSU, Romeo’s budding journalists enjoyed their day at the Michigan State campus. With hard work and dedication, our Bulldogs hold the potential to become Spartans.