Marsha Bergman served as the secretary and then administrative manager for the Department of Journalism and Media Studies and later School of Communication and Information, beginning in the 1970s. As her time On the Banks …
Andrea White, who is a producer at Channel 12 in Westchester County, is a graduate of the Journalism and Media Studies program at Rutgers University. She talks about the complexities and fun of her job …
By Samantha Matthews— Many TV pilots never end up on the screen, but “The Ordained,”
One casualty in the wake of the Rutgers men’s basketball scandal this spring involving Coach Mike Rice was Rutgers’ well-liked Athletic Director, Tim Pernetti, a J/MS alum from 1993.
By Amy Rowe— Five days before Hurricane Sandy hit the small New Jersey beach town of Sea Bright, Mayor Dina Long issued an evacuation order for its 1,400 residents. Without a doubt, this evacuation order …
By Jaclyn Thomas — As an editor for Patch, a local news and information website owned by AOL, one has to be writer, photographer, videographer — and sometimes even help the ad salesperson.
By Megan Morreale—
J/MS senior Kristina Amaral is PRWeek magazine’s Student of the Year for 2013.
By Lindsay Sweeney — “The Heat,” a new film featuring Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy as a team of law enforcement officers in Boston,
By Jacqueline C. Lewis— Mikhail Naumov, J/MS 2012, started an environmental travel and experiential education company out of his dorm room while managing a double major in Journalism and Media Studies and Business.