MCJ class creates unique project on ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’

Simply 'Streetcar' Fresno State's MCJ Department shines the spotlight on "A Streetcar Named Desire' Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire

Donald Munro’s MCJ 104 (Editing of Publications) class was assigned a unique final group project inspired by the Fresno State University Theatre production of “A Streetcar Named Desire.” The groups were each asked to pick an aspect of the production to focus on and explore in articles for a collaborative website.

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New Faces: Bee veterans Jim Boren and Donald Munro join the MCJ faculty

New Faces in MCJ: Jim Boren and Donald Munro

Two longtime veterans of The Fresno Bee join the Department of Media, Communications and Journalism, where they will teach aspiring young journalists in the print option. Former Executive Editor Jim Boren will teach two sections of the upper division writing course MCJ 102W – Reporting. And Donald Munro, who has provided a local voice for the Fresno arts scene since 2001, will teach MCJ 104 – Editing of Publications.

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Two Fresno State Art and Design faculty members are making news with their artwork – Stephanie J. Ryan and Nick Potter. Stephanie J. Ryan‘s powerful drawing, “The War,” (shown above) was included in “Chaos,” a national juried exhibition for Arc Gallery in San Francisco. Ryan had this to say about her inspiration for the piece: […]

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