Year 3 students can collect their Year 3 project marks and TV production marks from Nicola tomorrow (Friday) between 10am and 12noon and between 2.3pm and 4pm. MA students who took the TV Production module can also collect their marks.
Project deadline days are legendary at the Centre for Journalism.
Tears, tantrums, tales of woe - and the wild staring eyes of students who haven't been to sleep for more than 24 hours - are reliable indicators that the submission of this all important piece of work is imminent.
And each year, the academic staff grab whispered conversations in the corridor to compare notes about some of the amazing work that is nearing completion.
So yesterday, as the clock ticked down towards 5pm, we decided to capture at least some of the mania with a time-lapse camera in the Year 3 newsroom.
A couple of reminders for all CfJ students:
Postgrads and Year 1 and 2 undergrads: don't forget to post your second term blog posts on the site - by the end of Sunday (April 7th) please.
Postgrads and Year 2 and 3 undergrads: you MUST have signed up for any of the May NCTJ exams you are planning to take by the end of today. Sign-up sheets are on the noticeboard by the main newsroom. Email me or come and find me if you're not sure where you are with your NCTJ credits.
Ron Green had already retired once after a long and successful career in print journalism - including 30 years at the Kent Messenger group - before being persuaded to help out with lecturing our first batch of students just after we had set the department up.
That was more than a decade ago.
In the years since then he has been a stalwart of CfJ life, and many is the student who has benefitted from his patience, his wisdom and the incisions of his red pen through their copy. Dozens owe at least part of their progression through the NCTJ diploma to the many additional hours he put in helping them to sharpen top lines, polish quotes and check key facts.
Many congratulations to Year 3 undergraduate student Karina Pavlova, who has just been announced as the 2019 Sky News Bob Friend Scholar.
After a tough interview process, Karina emerged as the successful candidate just ahead of shortlisted students Jess Sharp, Sam Baker and Joe Dawson - all of whom gave superb accounts of themselves for the panel.