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About InterCom

InterCom is a bi-annual publication of the College of Mass Communications and Information Studies at the University of South Carolina.

Within the college, The School of Library and Information Science and the School of Journalism and Mass Communications use InterCom to communicate with alumni, students, prospective students, faculty and the Carolina community.

The magazine is produced by the J-School's upper-level publication course that is set up much like a newsroom in any other major publication, giving students real world experience.

It is mailed to alumni and friends of the College and is available in this online version. Read more about the latest InterCom class here.

 
       


     
     

From the Archives

J. Rion McKissick, dean of the school of journalism from 1927 to 1939, oversees his students while pacing through an early classroom. A South Carolina native and 1905 graduate of the university, McKissick was an important pioneer of the journalism school. During his first year as dean, the school increased its enrollment to over 50 students, added a number of new courses and acquired typewriters for the first time.