Our graduate journalism programs are really terrific at preparing students to thrive in this evolving news ecosystem. So you develop deep skill sets, not only in the foundations of journalism, good ethics, law, reporting, interviewing, but also emerging tools, and other digital fluencies. It's very hands on in terms of learning the skills. If you go down the street and tour NBC, what you're going to see here, is just you know, a smaller, more consolidated version of what you see down there at their studio. So I know how to report. I know how to produce. I know how to do an audio broadcast. The professors are very, very hands on. Look at the professor's bio, it would be like, Oh, this professor used to work for the president, or used to work at CNN or currently works at Fox. Like, I had a professor that was literally a fox anchorman-- Like, that was the coolest thing ever, you know. Here in Washington, DC, we are right next to some of the best stories in the world. And our students get to cover those stories, sometimes through jobs, sometimes do internships, and then also sometimes through class assignments. We have a number of exciting fellowships for potential journalism graduate students. We have one with the Washington Post. We have one with IRW, which is the Investigative Reporters Workshop. We also have one with CPI, the Center for Public Integrity. And in each of these fellowships, what's really amazing is that you're not only getting a scholarship to attend graduate school, but you're also getting to work with industry professionals, in their own investigations side by side with the people, you know, who are doing some of this important work in the newsroom. If you work hard, your instructors are going to work with you, and it's going to pay off. We see countless examples of students who came here, maybe not a lot of experience, but they worked at it. And they wind up graduating and getting great jobs. We have so many alumni in every newsroom in the city and beyond the city too. So you can turn to the Washington Post. You can turn to Vox. You can turn to the Atlantic or the Hill or CQ Roll Call. You'll find AU people there. And they might be editors, they might be reporters, they might be our adjuncts, they might be alumni. It runs the gamut. And that's a really strong network that you, as a potential student, are tapping into.