Student Work

Men's Retirement Magazine

Men's Retirement magazine was produced by students at the UNC School of Media and Journalism to help retired men lead healthy and active lifestyles - filling a void the students noticed in newsstands. Men’s Retirement topics range from nutrition and exercise to relationships and emotional health. This issue helps readers overcome roadblocks to changing their lifestyles (p. 26) and introduces readers to new forms of exercise, such as cycling (p. 40) and yoga (p. 66).

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MJ-school Ambassadors (MJSA)

MJSA was created in 2012 as a student-initiative to help current, future and former journalism students best navigate and succeed through the UNC School of Media and Journalism.

Student Work

MRB for Life

Society for News Design's 2015 Best of Student Design competition
First place: Standalone Multimedia
Designers: Mary Stevens & Kelly Creedon
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N.C. Business News Wire

There are more than 100 publicly traded companies in North Carolina, but many of them — particularly the small, entrepreneurial ones — go uncovered by the media in the state. The business journalism program at UNC-Chapel Hill is changing that.

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National Press Photographers Association (NPPA)

The National Press Photographers Association (NPPA) is the nation's largest trade organization for photojournalists.

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NewStories

Students in Barbara Friedman’s journalism history courses are producing an oral history archive of North Carolina’s leading journalists and communicators. Many of the people featured are members of the N.C. Halls of Fame in Journalism, Advertising and Public Relations.

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Over Water, Under Fire

Powering a Nation’s 2013 fellows present a special report about the Colorado River as a living timeline of our nation’s innovations and allocations with water — as the river’s uncertain future echoes the state of water resources in the U.S.

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Pittsburgh Steelers

Society for News Design's 2014 Best of Student Design competition
First place: Sports Page Newspaper
Designer: Marissa Techmeier '15
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Pretty in Plastic

A graphic design project by students in professor Terence Oliver's classes that explores plastic surgery — the culture around it, common procedures and the risks associated with it.
 
 

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Prologue magazine

Society for News Design's 2016 Best of Student Design competition
First place: iPad Magazine
Designer: Kaitlyn Kelly '15
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Student Work