#LifeasaJStudent Blog

SOJC students showcase their experiential learning adventures in their own words, photos, and videos.


August 21
Regardless of your major in the SOJC, there is a club, student group or learning trip for everyone to enjoy. Read about one student’s experience with all four.
May 23
For five months Chloe Montague was fully focused on sports journalism, first as a Track Bureau student and then as an intern. This three-part series explores the opportunity and its impact on her.
May 22
As a first-year public relations major, Ella Norton knew joining a club or two was going to enhance her college experience. What she learned surprised her, in a good way.
May 8
There are many benefits to joining a professional organization as a student, including the chance to meet and network with professionals in your major. Learn more in this article.
April 24
At the start of her senior year, public relations major Erin Tooley wanted to make searching for a PR job after college as stress-free as possible. She used these tips to do it.
April 19
For two years, Chloe Montague worked as a student writing coach for the School of Journalism and Communication’s peer coaching program. She shares 10 things she learned about writing — and life.
April 11
Jillian Gray, class of ’25, shares her experience as a double major in two of the largest programs at the SOJC.
March 15
A University of Oregon student and intern for the School Journalism and Communication shares what he loves about going to college in the Pacific Northwest.
March 13
Students at the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication use reality TV to examine media and society in one honors journalism class.
March 6
Ella Norton, class of ’24, came to UO to study public relations, and is now a copy editor for Align Magazine, a member of the student-led public relations firm Allen Hall Public Relations, and an SOJC ambassador who gives her own tours to visiting students.