If you ever wagered that the graduate degree of a prestigious journalism school is the last place you would find a typo, it’s time to pay up.
Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, Media, and Integrated Marketing Communications had a little issue with its diplomas over the weekend. The diploma said “itegrated,” omitting the letter “n.”
Romenesko reported that the error did not impact a large number of students, appearing on only 30 diplomas out of more than 250. The report also quoted a graduating student, Kit Fox, as saying, “Students are mostly taking it with good humor.”
How important is the letter “n” anyway?
Bosto.com does’t see what the big deal is with missing a sigle letter. It happes to the best of us. Life goes o.