Grab a camera. Get behind the mic. Cover real life stories that matter. Produce professional looking videos and film shorts.
From the moment students arrive on the Drury University campus, they have an opportunity to write, shoot, and create multimedia content for the university's student-run paper, web and TV station.
Freshmen are trained on day one when they arrive and have the chance to use DUTV's state-of-the-art digital cameras and Carole Lambert studio, which recently underwent a $300,000 upgrade.
The Mirror, funded by student fees, is editorially independent of the university. Its award-winning staff produces articles for a weekly tabloid publication as well as its website, drurymirror.org.
Students also program and run the booth of KDRU (kdru.drury.edu), an Internet radio station capable of being heard the world over.
Don't just consume media. Become part of it.