Blog: July 2011

Kaia Findlay

Live from camp: Last day of Introduction to Journalism Camp

Last day of camp. It went out with a bang.

A morning of touring the Star Tribune was very interesting.

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Kimberly Mao

Live from camp: Lights, Camera, Action

After weeks of researching, interviewing and writing, the teen reporters from the Introduction to Journalism camp went on a field trip to WCCO (for tho

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Lorna Liu

Live from camp: Three days left

A few days left with the friends I won’t see unless we make some serious plans. I can’t believe three weeks are already over. It feels like just yesterday I met all these wonderful friends.

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Kaia Findlay

Live from camp: Overcoming a bad case of the Mondays

Monday is a day with a bad reputation. Some people believe that nothing good can happen on Monday, and it is useless trying to salvage it.

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Isaura Greene

Live from camp: Being psychic at camp

On Thursday, we worked hard on our stories, our first drafts already in. Then we talked about the ethics of journalism, and we acted out some examples.

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Selin Kurtoglu

Live from camp: What to do after camp is over

5 days left.

I can’t even fathom how to live my life after camp is over.

I’ll have so much free time!

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Amolak Singh

Live from camp: Writing about something I had not heard about before camp

At ThreeSixty Journalism’s Intro to Journalism camp, all of the participants have had to choose a topic to write about.

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Laura Shannon

Live from camp: A productive day

I walked into the ThreeSixty Journalism classroom this morning with little comprehension of where I was or what was going on.

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Mai Ker Hang

Live from camp: New experiences

When I first arrived on the front steps of the University of St. Thomas, I thought I would get lost. I had never been to St. Thomas before and had no experience and knowledge of journalism.

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Lorna Liu

Live from Camp: Halfway done

Two weeks. It’s been two weeks and camp is already halfway over. I remember my first day; I could barely get the courage to enter the classroom.

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