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Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism

Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism

Built in 1992, the building was named for Donald W. Reynolds, journalist and businessman, whose interest and contributions helped transform the university's journalism program from a department to a school. RSJ, with its distinctive atrium, is home to a faculty that has helped produce six Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists. The Travis Linn Reading Room, named in honor of the late Reynolds School dean Travis Linn and located on the first floor of the building, plays host to the school’s annual “Lighting of the Hearth” event each fall semester, where students, faculty, alumni and friends gather to celebrate the accomplishments of the past year. The building also houses the Rollan Melton Conference Room  and the Clarence & Martha Jones Network Center.

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  • Building Code: RSJ
  • Building Number: 077
  • Map Grid: G4

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  • Year Opened: 1993
  • Number of Floors: 3

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