Journalistic Resources

We are living in a critical time for journalism. It is more important than ever to equip yourself with the right tools to do the job. The Society of Professional Journalists is always ready to help journalists from any field, of any experience level. This is a list of useful resources from SPJ, as well […]

AAJA Scholarships and Internships

The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) has a number of scholarships and internships coming up in the next few months. AAJA-Sacramento Bee Internship Due March 15 AAJA’s Sacramento chapter is sponsoring a 10-week internship with the Sacramento Bee aimed at print, photo, graphics and multimedia journalists. The program will begin in May or June 2017, […]

Recap of Club Fair and Mixer

Last Thursday, the UW Communications Department played host to a fair and mixer for Registered Student Organizations (RSO). SPJ helped to lead the processions, in conjunction with the Association for Women in Communications (AWC), the Public Relations Society of America (PRSSA), and the Husky Sales Club. Situated in the entrance rotunda of the Communications Building, […]

New Treasurer Elected: Nathalie Graham

Hello folks! For those of who we missed out on our Tuesday’s election, here is what you need to know. Drum-rolls please… Our new Treasurer for 2016-2017 is Natalie Graham. Nathalie Graham is a junior studying English and journalism at the University of Washington. She discovered her passion for journalism her freshman year when she […]

The 2016-2017 Board

President Kelsey Hamlin Kelsey Hamlin is a journalism major looking to double-major with Law, Societies & Justice — currently her minor. Hamlin freelances around various Seattle publications and writes for the University newspaper, The Daily; she has been doing both for approximately two years. Occasionally, she also records her own podcasts. Before her presidency, Hamlin served as SPJ Vice […]