Year 3 project marks can be collected from Nicola's office any time after 2.30pm this afternoon.
The Street Soccer Foundation - a charity that uses the power of football to help homeless people get their lives back on track - is looking for some help from CfJ students to present a series of TV interviews for its Street Soccer Show.
The show's episodes will help to promote the charity to a wider audience via its web site and Youtube. Episodes will include interviews with people who are benefitting from Street Soccer's academy system, interviews with the business that are supporting the cause, and fun football challenges.
Hearty congratulations to the MA and BA students at the CfJ who sat their NCTJ court reporting exams last month. There were 33 passes, of which 14 were at grade A and 14 at grade B. Particular mention goes to those students who got into the 80s with their marks: Alice Hamilton-Beer (86%); Emma Biginelli (86%); Laerke Christensen (84%); and Kenneth Sanchez Gonzales (80%).
Thanks to Sarah Fuller for getting everybody up to speed in spite of snow disruption and various other interruptions to the timetable this term.
A quick reminder to postgraduates, and undergraduates in years 1 and 2, that you need to have posted at least once to the CfJ blog this term. The deadline is Friday 6 April.
Huge congratulations to MA multimedia journalism student Laura Trussell, who last night attended The Guardian's Hugo Young Awards as one of the nominees.
The prestigious award, designed to honour one of the greats of Guardian journalism, is designed to encourage "fresh voices, new perspectives and good writing which, now more than ever, are essential to the future of quality, independent political journalism".