COLUMBIA, Mo.-- Journalists write about not only arrests, court proceedings, scandals and murders, but also about music, art and theater. However, few aspiring journalists find time in college schedules packed with hard-hitting journalism classes to take courses in the fine arts. A new grant awarded to the University of Missouri-Columbia will now connect the School of Journalism with the College of Arts and Science to provide journalism students with rare opportunities to study the fine arts.

"The School of Journalism sought this grant because of the belief that our students need more exposure to the fine arts," said Brian Brooks, professor...

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