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COMM 350: ComJour 350 News and Society
Washington State University

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Rated 2.9/5

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2.8/5

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COMM 350 ComJour 350 News and Society is a Communications course at WSU taught by the following professor: Hindman.
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    She is rude and you can't understand her half the time she speaks. Avoid her! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Kwon is probably one of my favorite teachers that I had at WSU. He's a pretty funny, yet awkward kinda guy that makes class interesting enough for you to pay attention to. He'd even stop class for a few minutes to play music, if you could guess who the artist wassong title you would get candy. Go to class though, tests are based off of lecture. ...Continue reading

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    This class is veryCONFUSING and redundant of high school classes. She is not very organized and it seems to be hard for anyone (including students) to get the hang of the lecture speed with notes online and in class and confusing examples that make it harder to understand. Tests are confusing and seem tricky, averages were pretty low. ...Continue reading

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  • Class rating 4/5
    Professor McKee provides online videos for each lecture. Don't stress out in the first few weeks about the pneumonic alphabet. There is much more to the class than this lesson. Enlightening course material. Excellent reading selections. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    Great instructor. She always makes sure people are following along. The tests are structured very well, and her study guides make sense. The only way to have an understanding of the material is to go to class and listen to her examples. She has great sense of humor. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 1/5
    She is rude and you can't understand her half the time she speaks. Avoid her! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Kwon is probably one of my favorite teachers that I had at WSU. He's a pretty funny, yet awkward kinda guy that makes class interesting enough for you to pay attention to. He'd even stop class for a few minutes to play music, if you could guess who the artist wassong title you would get candy. Go to class though, tests are based off of lecture. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    Although her tests do come off as difficult and forces you to understand and apply them, she is a funny teacher who is considerate about the class. You do have to work for the grade because of the after mentioned tests as well as for the clicker points. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    This class is veryCONFUSING and redundant of high school classes. She is not very organized and it seems to be hard for anyone (including students) to get the hang of the lecture speed with notes online and in class and confusing examples that make it harder to understand. Tests are confusing and seem tricky, averages were pretty low. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    Very inconsistent in how she writes exams, ranging from 25 to 40 questions for 200pt exams and she pulls obscure questions from the book. She wastes about 10 min each class to take irrelevant questions and expects students to learn the untaught information on their own. She was a frustrating professor and I will not take a class with her again. Her exams do not match expected materials well (ie lectures and readings). She also gets extremely frustrated easily, turning attendance points into correct answers because she had several bad questions. Very particular and wants the class to act in one way without realizing she teaches a Social Psych class that varies. ...Continue reading

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