An oft-expressed critique of higher learning in the U.S. is that it doesn’t prepare students for the real world. Montclair State University (MSU) has done its best to make sure no one can say this about its School of Communication and Media.


In a ribbon cutting ceremony last month, local politicians, donors, alumni, staff, and students joined school officials to ceremonially open the brand-new, 105,000-square-foot home for media and communications studies—the fruition of the Montclair, NJ university’s goal of providing students with the finest tools with which to learn the workings of the industry.

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