Bucky Fox

What do you do? I’m an editor at Investor’s Business Daily in Los Angeles, Calif. Also, I’ve written three baseball books and run BuckyFox.com. How did you get your job? Applied online in 1999, passed the copy editing test and headed to California. What is the best professional lesson you learned at the J-School? Communicate … Continued

Eston B. Ellis

When most 18-month old children were beginning to talk, young Eston Ellis was also reading letters on signs aloud to anyone who would listen, an extraordinary accomplishment for a toddler. Perhaps it didn’t hurt that his parents’ favorite pastime was reading. As a kindergartener, his precociousness went unnoticed by school officials. In fact, the school … Continued

Carol Daus

What do you do? I am the editor of Patio & Hearth Products Report, a Los Angeles-based trade publication covering the home furnishings/remodeling industry. I am also a freelance writer and wrote a book that was published in 1999: Past Imperfect: How to Trace Your Family Health History. How did you get your job? From … Continued

Jeff Buhai

Life is all about having fun and doing as many things as possible for Jeff Buhai, BJ ’69. He did not want to live with the regret of missing new professional opportunities or exploring uncharted territory. A born storyteller, Buhai began to chase his dream of becoming a journalist while attending a summer journalism program … Continued

Richard Buckley

What do you do? Director of communications and marketing, Greater Missouri March of Dimes. How did you get your job? Through networking. What is the best professional lesson you learned at the J-School? Be thorough. What advice do you have for current students? Take a double major and/or get another degree in something in addition … Continued

Margie Pollock Bridges

What was most interesting about your career? I have had a variety of jobs, sometimes holding three part-time jobs at a time. I proofread, edited others’ work, wrote newsletters, counseled and taught and helped people find jobs. I liked best of all being the main news person in a small town, interviewing interesting people and … Continued