SPJUW hosts panel on press hostility

SPJ UW hosted Seattle Times crime reporter Sara Jean Green and freelance photojournalist Alex Garland Monday to discuss press hostility with students as media conditions around the world grow increasingly tense. While Green said she didn’t think she’d ever been truly afraid while reporting, Garland detailed his experience covering May Day protests over the years […]

Introducing the 2018-2019 SPJUW leadership!

Hiu Ching Lee “Yugene” – Social Media Strategist & Photographer Hiu Ching Lee “Yugene” is an international student from Hong Kong and senior majoring in communication and minoring in international studies. She is passionate about feminism, racial equality, and the LGBTQIA+ community. Yugene was a videographer and social media strategist for the Prison Scholar Fund. […]

We’re looking for new leadership!

It’s coming to the end of the year. As the members of our leadership are graduating, we are sad to say goodbye to you all but excited for our futures! SPJ UW needs a team of dedicated journalists to lead the club during the 2018-19 school year. If you’re passionate about making a difference in […]

Women lead the way: A conversation with female leadership in communications

Three women leading the way in Seattle’s journalism community came to speak with UW communication and journalism students on Thursday, April 26th: Sara Bernard with the SeattleLand Podcast, Ashley Walls, a content writer for Microsoft, and Anika Anand, co-founder of The Evergrey shared their experience, stories, and advice. Hear from our leadership about what they took […]