The Pasquino [pronounced Pass-QUEEN-O] is the College's student newspaper and has been published continuously for more than 80 years. It is published every three weeks during each semester under the direction of the journalism department.
The journalism program at Potomac State College is a hands-on learning experience in writing, communications, graphic design, and teamwork. Prior journalism experience is not required. Freshmen journalism students volunteer on the
: writing news and editorials; designing and selling advertising; taking pictures. Sophomore journalism majors run the student paper as news editors, sports editors, photo editors, and more.
Volunteers who are not journalism majors are welcome to write articles, take pictures, create artwork, or help with circulation, business management, and other support functions of the paper. The Pasquino is distributed free on campus. The Pasquino offers an excellent opportunity to earn extracurricular activity credit toward honor society membership.
For further information, contact the Pasquino Office at 304-788-6967.
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March 16, 2011 -- Vol. 90, No. 5