#LifeasaJStudent Blog

SOJC students showcase what it's like to be a student with personal stories about their experiential learning adventures in their own words, photos, and videos.

Advertising student Sophie Fowler reveals how she landed her GoDucks sports communication internship and how she helps produce the board shows, broadcasts and livestreams for UO Athletics games.
In spring 2023, members of the Multimedia Journalism Master’s program produced a documentary related to the racist history in Portland, Oregon, that dates back to the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
The UO School of Journalism and Communication has an incredible network of alumni ready to support one another, as public relations major Bella Macleod discovered in her search for internships.
As a journalism major in the UO School of Journalism and Communication, Jane Glazer ’24 expected to be a reporter. But the multimedia journalism graduate program showed her a different career path.
Nicole Alstrin, who is studying advertising and sustainable business, embarked on a transformative journey during her 2023 summer break in the United Kingdom through Global Education Oregon.
Bart Brewer, a student in the Journalism Master’s program, took J-508 Visual Studies Journalism during the summer term expecting an easy refresher course. He shares why it was so much better.
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.
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.
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.
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.