Journalism students Rachel Szpilka, Tiffany Dumornay and Kelsey Fredrick created a video that paid tribute to activist and journalist Ida B. Wells for Howard Good’s Spring 2018 Investigating Journalism class. Wells fought to expose racial and social injustices. She became one of America’s most influential female reporters and activists. […]
In 2017, photojournalism students were challenged by professor Kimberly Ruth to capture street scenes of people and their interactions within their environment. This open ended assignment yielded artistic interpretations from Melissa Aldridge.
Edited by Megan Mirabito and Jeff Trotter Larry Brodetsky can barely remember the night he got arrested because he was too drunk. That was the problem. He was drunk, and he was only 19. He knocked back a couple of drinks at a pre-game at his friend’s house before […]
Article by Dynahlee Padilla, edited and packaged by Aiyana Edmund, Rob Piersall Finding an internship in the media industry can be daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. By following a few simple steps, students can better tackle the process and lessen the stress. As junior and senior year approaches, […]
Edits: General: Why should we care about these reptiles? You could expand this into a more interesting story, such as the most endangered reptiles, most popular as pets, etc. Map description is a bit dry, try to expand more. Some grammatical errors within reptile sections, general clean up of grammar. American […]
Young black and Latino children in impoverished communities are victims of what is called the school-to-prison pipeline, in which policies such as zero tolerance and the use of police in schools has turned from a desire to help into a punishment, one resulting in a student’s suspension or expulsion. The […]