Support for paralyzed H.S. hockey player "Jabby" goes digital, global

Even Charlie Sheen was asked through Twitter to support injured Benilde-St. Margaret’s hockey player Jack Jablonski.

Help us paint a digital portrait of MN teens

Teens are more than possible risk factors and test scores. In an effort to create a well-rounded picture of Minnesota teens today – what they think about, hope for, and how they communicate – ThreeSixty Journalism and the Minnesota Historical Society are calling teens to fill out an online survey.

Which search engine do you use the most?

Vang Thao

Who is Steve Jobs?

When I was approached about blogging about Steve Jobs’ death, I had to admit, I didn’t know who he was! Although I was sad to hear about his death, I didn’t know anything about him. What was his career? What impact did he make during his life? How did his death affect people? I even had to go on Wikipedia to figure out who he was. After finding out who he was, I felt guilty. Because it turns out, Steve Jobs had a big impact on my life that I didn’t even know about.

Isaura Greene, Great River School

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Every day, the typical teen goes on Facebook, but some doctors are worried social networking sites may cause or contribute to depression in teens.

What's your favorite Apple product?

ThreeSixty Journalism Intermediate camp 2011

Earth warming? Read about businesses, individuals and schools finding ways to heal the planet.

Homepage illustration by Emy Young of Minnesota State University, Mankato

Is the climate changing? If so, is human behavior responsible? And if that’s the case, can changing our behavior help the planet?

Fifteen high school students from throughout the Twin Cities examined those questions during ThreeSixty Journalism’s residential camp on the environment from June 19 to July 1 at the University of St. Thomas.

Online high schools gain in popularity

Computing to school

Online courses can offer students opportunities like practicing their Chinese with a native speaker through Skype. Check out three stories examining the increasing popularity of online learning. Reporter Jessica Langevin writes about what it’s like to go to school online full-time, and yes, she still has plenty of friends. And a new high school for GLBTQ youth opened January 2010.

GLBTQ Online High School logo

New online H.S. for GLBTQ students

In January 2010, a new online school opened in Minnesota for GLBTQ students.

Jessica reviews an assignment corrected by a teacher.

Lost in the crowd no longer

Instead of standing outside at 7 a.m. in the freezing cold for a school bus, I’m still in bed. While other high school students are in their second hour of class, I’m just getting up, making my brother and sister breakfast and sometimes watching an episode of Scooby Doo. That’s because I go to an online high school, Minnesota Connections Academy.

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