Certificate student Naomi Hess writes about Journalism program for Admissions

December 17, 2020
Naomi Hess, seated second from left, in JRN 445 Investigative Journalism: Accountability Reporting in Fall 2019.

Naomi Hess, a junior in the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, has written a new post for Admissions’ Undergraduate Student Blog about her experience in the Humanities Council‘s Program in Journalism.

“I found a home for my love of the written word within the Journalism department,” Hess shares. “Princeton’s journalism classes are consistently some of the highest-rated classes in the whole university. They are all small seminars that foster a close-knit classroom environment and push students to explore what it means to be a reporter in our ever-changing media landscape. These classes are so popular that it’s often hard to get into them, but I lucked out by taking two amazing journalism classes.”

Read more about Hess’s time in JRN seminars and her encouragement of other students in the full post on Admissions’s blog.

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