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Advice for our Students

Advice for our Students

November 25, 2016

Life Lessons Thanks to Yearbook

October 17, 2016

We asked six women, ranging in age from 24 to 58, what life lessons their time on a yearbook staff taught them. Their honest and enlightening answers are ones that not only back up the true learning experience time spent producing...

If You Build It, They Will Come: Take a Localized Approach to Reach More Journalism Students in Your Area

October 10, 2016

As more and more schools face budget cuts, there are many scholastic journalism programs housed in school districts that can no longer afford to have students travel out of state for a national conference. Some districts have...

Put your publication or school on the map

Skyler Benjamin, reporter for The Axe, OPTV

September 22, 2016

Ever since Staley, another high school in our North Kansas City School District, got a Geofilter, Oak Park students have been really salty, aka upset. During the summer I considered making a geofilter, but I never got around to it. When school started again, al...

Let the games begin!

Alison Long, Notre Dame de Sion Journalism, Le Flambeau/Le Journal

September 22, 2016

Building trust and forming a team isn’t easy, but it’s important in the first weeks of school to do so with your journalism staffs. One way to get your staffs acclimated to one another is with time-tested, physics confuzzling,...

News Doesn’t Take a Summer Break

September 3, 2016

Gone are the days of waiting until almost October for the first edition of the school newspaper. Nationwide, schools are using tools available to today’s journalism staffs to stay ahead of the game. For some, that means creating...