Elements of our Bay Area News Project, that grand alliance of old money and young blood, recently headed across the Bay Bridge to meet up with the kids from the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.
Look, it’s brand-new BANP EIC Jonathan Weber and CEO Lisa Frazier at North Gate Hall sharing a few brewskis with the J students:
TwitPic via jrue, aka Jeremy Rue, multimedia training instructor for the Knight Digital Media Center and a lecturer for the Carnegie-Knight program News21
Do you fret over* these students becoming “slaves” or something? You may be richer and older than they, but they’re smarter than you – try to keep that in mind when pondering such matters. These 20-somethings will do fine – they’ll manage to get by, with or without the BANP.
Bon courage, BANP et etudiants.
*Absence of pay-wall duly noted. Isn’t it ironic, dont’cha think?
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