Journalism Capstone Projects

This fall, seven journalism students completed their Multi-Platform Capstone project. The class is a student’s final project, in which they demonstrate their ability to bring together multimedia journalistic skills and produce a significant journalistic project or product.

Students must show a firm understanding of writing, reporting, visual storytelling, research, analysis, investigative techniques and multi-platform delivery. Most students take JOUR 40983 (which is required of all journalism majors) during their final semester at TCU, though some choose to take it a semester early.

Fall 2023 Journalism Capstone Projects

The pressure of the perfect post:
The affects that social media has on young adults

by Mattie Elder ’23
Is the price worth paying? Ethics, the
environment, and the fast fashion industry

by Ella Gonzales ’23
Uphill battle for women
in sports journalism

by senior Lys Marquez
Is TCU as happy as
Princeton Review says it is

by senior Lance Minor
Champions: What a World Series
Means for the Rangers Fan Base

by Isaac Percastegui ’23
Does membership of campus ministry
impact student success at TCU?

by Jake Peterson ’23
Breaking the Silence: Unveiling the world
of sex trafficking in the Lone Star State

by senior Katherine Vaughn