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Preparing Student Journalists for the FutureThe field of print journalism is changing. With ever-advancing technology and new devices and gadgets that deliver news at the push of a button, the print audience is rapidly declining.

Today’s student journalists must keep up with the times and meet the demand to deliver instant news and content. There is a still a strong appetite for news and information that requires good reporting and storytelling — true journalistic talents that remain unchanged.

Sadly, the Daily Collegian’s time at the James Building is at its end. Penn State plans to demolish the James Building, and the university plans to begin constructing a new building in November 2019, aiming to complete the project by December 2020. The James Building, which is nearly 100 years old, has missing tiles and leaks, and it was deemed to be at the end of its “useful life” by a Penn State architect.

Thank you Donors!

Your generous donations are keeping journalism alive at Penn State. Thanks to you, Penn State students can build on their journalism skills and gain valuable experience before moving into their careers, giving them an important advantage.

Recently, we at We Are Collegian asked donors why they choose to give to the program. Responses ranged from the value of the experience to the importance of access to the best resources available and beyond.

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