‘World’s Best Journalism School’ Spells Own Name Wrong on Graduates’ Diplomas

By Charles Rollet

Medill can now give itself a “Medill F.”

Northwestern’s journalism school, whose full name is the “Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communications” misspelled the word “integrated” on some of its 2014 graduates’ diplomas.

The incorrectly-spelled diplomas read “Itegrated Marketing Communications.”

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Even more hilarious than a journalism school which can’t spell its own (overly long) name is the fact that only honors students received the typo.

“They should’ve been dumb like the rest of us,” said Jordan Minor, a Chron contributor who did not graduate with honors.

2 Responses to "‘World’s Best Journalism School’ Spells Own Name Wrong on Graduates’ Diplomas"

  1. Helmut   June 23, 2014 at 11:23 am

    AS always, liberal institutions are populated and “run” by empty suits and useless democrats/liberals…no wonder!

    Reply
    • Dorothy   July 19, 2015 at 10:08 am

      Real brain power on dislapy. Thanks for that answer!

      Reply

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