LIFE AS A UF JOURNALISM STUDENT

There are honestly so many things to be thankful for, as a student at the University of Florida. But if you ask me, there are even more things to be thankful for as a Journalism and Communications student at the university. We’ve got a phenomenal academic advising staff, and an updated, renovated, and innovative news room. We host a First at Five broadcast for WUFT News where students put their producing, reporting, anchoring, and other skills to the test on a daily basis. And among other things,  we’ve got an awesome Center for Media Innovation and Research. Below are some photos of my personal experiences working, learning, and growing at UF.

 

Reporting LIVE from the newsroom about a bill that altered the fate of dogs who severely injure humans.

Reporting LIVE from the Ocala Police Department for a fallen officer’s memorial.

Reporting LIVE from the studio about UF being recognized as a StormReady University.

I am blessed, honored, and thankful to be a part of such an incredible organization. The University of Florida’s Journalism School truly prepared me for my career and has provided a world of opportunities.

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