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Thursday, January 17, 2013

Mizzou Tops List of Popular J-Schools

       So, I attended the nation's most popular journalism school. 
       The University of Missouri certainly gave me a good education even though I didn't stick with the career.
       Go Mizzou. Northwestern came in second....Too expensive though...
Mizzou, Medill top list of ‘popular’ j-schools | JIMROMENESKO.COM

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

You should have stuck with it. You are good at it. There is still time for you to get your own show on Fox or more likely CNBC.

Do they teach you to be a librul at J-school? Or just flunk you out if you are not one inherently?

Anonymous said...

Syracuse University is just a bit more selective, Mayor Graham.

--Brian Amaral
Class of 2010

Anonymous said...

C'mon Jeff, you know these rankings are completely bogus. The only people who believe them are the education types who wallow in that crap. A school is only as good as your major professor. If you get two or three who are good, so much the better. Even High Schools have lobbyists nowdays.

Anonymous said...

Schools being good has little to do with professors. It is all about the quality of the students that enroll. Hence IHC is the best school with a lot of bad teachers

Anonymous said...

5:21 Did you ever go to school, anywhere? A good school, with bad teachers? Brilliant my man.

Anonymous said...

9:29, Of course I went to school. It's not just a good idea...its the law.

I also happen to know a lot...lots and lots...a whole damn bunch...of teachers. And I know/knew a bunch at IHC teachers too.

And everyone knows IHC has worse teachers than the public schools. IHC just gets the better quality students with the better parents.

Anonymous said...

10:29 I don't know about that. Most of your public school teachers are motivated by money and greed. IHC has many people who are just starting out, and are excited to be in a classroom. In public schools, they're more interested in just hanging on. In some cases, they're able to have good sex with the kids and even have them over for a drink or two. I admit, public school teaching has some advantages.