During the YoD, broadcast journalism facilities at Moorpark will give students an amazing opportunity to get hands-on experience. We have a large studio space, a full control room, blue screen capability, editing stations and field camera packages.
-Marlene Casillas,Broadcast Journalism Professormcasillas@vcccd.edu
In class, we will be focusing on the health of our democracy in the United States and the part we can all play in improving it. I'm also planning some informative activities geared toward the upcoming fall election.
-Tracy Somerville, Political Science Professor firstname.lastname@example.org
My department will be sponsoring a YoD faculty lecture series webcast. Freedom of expression is fundamental in all my classes. It's something that should be zealously guarded by all the mass media.
-Candace Larson, Radio/Television Professor email@example.com
We'll be reading Persepolis, the autobiography of a girl growing up during the 1979 Islamic revolution in Iran and basing our argument papers on issues such as American foreign policy, American-Middle East relations, and exportation of democracy.
-Diane Scrofano, English Professor firstname.lastname@example.org
Associated Students president Sara Yakhi will coordinate YoD events for student government.
The timing for YoD is excellent. 2008 is already a watershed year with several more months to go to the presidential election.
-Film student and YoD team member John Cabaniss
I hope they (the Student Voice) dedicate at least one story per issue to democracy and government and helping students discover how it works for them.
Political Science Club member Justin Cowles
The press is one of the most important industries in any Democracy, because the journalist's main focus is to keep government in check.
-2007/2008 Student Voice editor Jeremy Zeller