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  • ThreeSixty Magazine, December 2016

Designing the ‘Maxfield Times’: Bethel journalism students to create newspaper for St. Paul elementary

Fourth- and fifth-grade students at Saint Paul’s Maxfield Elementary School will soon be featured in their own newspaper, thanks largely to the hard work of a graphic design and storytelling

A seat at the table: Collin Robinson is a 16-year-old social justice and education advocate

Last school year, Collin Robinson helped select the next superintendent of Minneapolis Public Schools.

ThreeSixty Focus on… Ilhan Omar: A month before the election, the woman who would become the first Somali-American legislator in U.S. history talks her candidacy, marriage controversy and future

When Ilhan Omar first came to the United States from an African refugee camp at age 12, she knew only a few words of English (“Hello” and “shut up”).

Beyond X’s and O’s: Prep basketball’s Larry McKenzie spreads his creed, players become believers

Anyone who has played for Larry McKenzie has heard “the creed.”

A unique reality: New research highlights how first-gen students and families navigate college

Long before Josh Crespo became a first-generation college student, he wondered if students of color like himself belonged in college.