General Overview of Our Facilities
The hub of Communication and Journalism program activities is in Crawford Hall, which houses the School of Communications. The Journalism program's main newsroom is the Macintosh Lab on the second floor of Crawford Hall. Larger lecture classes meet in nearby buildings on campus.
Above left: Student working on the control board. Above right: students working in the computer lab.
The School of Communications maintains a broadcast Media Lab in Studio B of the Public Broadcasting System Hawaii (KHET) building at University Avenue and Dole Street near the gateway to the University of Hawaii at Manoa campus. The lab includes a fully-equipped television studio, video camera equipment and editing bays for use by students learning and applying broadcast journalism skills.
The School of Communications facilities include a library/reading room and seinar/meeting facilities on the third floor of Crawford Hall. The library contains books and periodicals on journalism and related subjects, as well as local and mainland newspapers. Many other books and periodicals of particular interest to journalism students are available in the two main University libraries, Sinclair Library and Hamilton Library.
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