SPJ Chapter Records Musical Minutes

When Columbia University’s SPJ chapter records its meeting minutes, it literally records them. In the short entertaining videos, chapter leaders sing about key items discussed at their meetings.

The chapter has been recording these musical minutes for three months. It all started with this one:

They’ve now made a total of 12 videos with wide-ranging themes — Halloween minutes, Thanksgiving minutes,  and even SPJ workout! minutes

And just in time for the holidays…

Want to see more? Check out the Columbia J-School SPJ chapter’s Vimeo page.

SPJ’s Region 3 Director Michael Koretzky recently interviewed Columbia SPJ’s chapter leaders about the minutes. Read the Q&A interview here.

We hope this SPJ chapter has inspired you to think creatively when operating your campus chapter. If you’re already doing something creative, we want to hear about it! E-mail tmirfendereski@spj.org with details.

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