Dear Mr. Andreini,
Thank you for your interest in the Media Pundit program at the deWhite School of Broadcasting. We take great pride in being #1 nationally for producing graduates who go on to positions at the cable news networks as political pundits and talk show hosts. The list of dWSB alumni is a virtual Who's Who of cable and radio talkmeisters, and our job placement rate is an impressive 48 percent! Ann Coulter recently described dWSB as the Right Wing's "School of Assassins."
Enclosed in this packet of information about dWSB is a class schedule, financial aid information, a campus map and a sports calendar. As a prospective student, we invite you to attend a free intercollegiate volleyball match between our Lady Buckleys and their arch rivals, the Deer Bottom Tech Shivs.
The Media Pundit program is a finely tuned balance of classroom learning and on-air experience. All students entering the program begin with a series of core courses:
1011 Cutting Off Callers
1099 History of the Ad Hominem Attack
1298 The Bully: Misunderstood American Icon
1300 The Fine Art of Ridicule
1339 Public School Deprogramming
1366 Studio Tantrums and Tirades
From there, you will select a specialty field as your major. These include:
As you can see, there are any number of academic options from which to choose. Yet dWSB isn't only about lectures an tests. As a resident student, you'll find an active campus community with numerous opportunities to become involved and develop your leadership skills. Our clubs and organizations include:
Earl Turner Theatre Troupe
Ground-to-Air Missile Club
FOX Fan Club
Campus Christians for Christ
Exotic Weapons Society
John Birch Memorial Men's Choir
And of course, you'll enjoy cheering on the Buckleys. We are part of the National Confederate Athletic Association and field men's teams in football, basketball, baseball, hockey, boxing, wrestling, sword fighting, dueling and paintball. Women's teams include volleyball.
Our gated 12-acre campus/compound is located near beautiful Hinton, West Virginia, which was ranked by the National Review as "one of America's most livable cities."
Thank you again for considering the deWhite School of Broadcasting. See you this fall!
Dean of Admissions