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Four Reasons Why You (Yes, You!) Should Apply for a ThreeSixty Journalism Summer Camp

IT BECAME CRYSTAL CLEAR to me in high school what I wanted to study once I got into college. I thank my summer camp experiences for that.

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A world of opportunity at ThreeSixty Journalism

OPPORTUNITY.

My job at ThreeSixty Journalism is to think about opportunity for students, in some form, every single day.

New sportswear allows Muslim girls to play sports, practice religion

U of M, local girls team up to create culturally sensitive athletic uniforms 

WHEN MUNA MOHAMED was in middle school, she had a hard time finding a private space to play basketball.

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Athletes make the call on college

Student-athletes can face difficult choices in picking a school to play for 

RECENT COLLEGE GRADUATE Marvin Singleton would tell any high school athlete not to let anyone, even friends

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Students hone skills in unique work study program

Cristo Rey program gives students real-world work experience in Twin Cities 

CHRISTIAN MEJIA KNOWS how to stay busy.

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College ambition means burning the 1 a.m. oil

College Possible helps low-income students make college a reality 

RECENT HIGH SCHOOL graduate Augusta Allen had good reason for staying up until 1 a.m. nearly every night.

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Far from the ocean, they learn about sea service

Minnesota teens gain sea experience in U.S.

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Building homes, and a better future

Tree Trust Youthbuild program helps disadvantaged students make a difference, earn diplomas

A METRO-AREA PROGRAM that fixes up houses sold to low-income people also helps young people get t

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Nadiira "Nadirah" Farah speaks to a group of people as part of Genesys Works

The Genesys of a career

Twin Cities nonprofit Genesys Works provides training, internships to students 

A TWIN CITIES PROGRAM is providing a boost for economically-challenged students looking to get a kicksta

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Styling a future in beauty

Hands-on learning, career options among reasons students pick cosmetology school 

TAWNI KRAMER WANTED a job that would help people feel good about themselves inside and out.

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Styling a future in beauty

Hands-on learning, career options among reasons students pick cosmetology school 

TAWNI KRAMER WANTED a job that would help people feel good about themselves inside and out.

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More minority students taking PSEO courses

Participation from students of color up 53 percent since 2007-08

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Beating college essay stress

Successful essays draw on personal experience, experts say

STUDENTS PICK OUT colleges. They fill out applications. And then they have to write essays.

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Reaching the athletic crossroads

Deciding whether to keep playing can be a difficult choice for athletes 

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Swimmer graduates early to pursue Olympic dream

Harding grad Simmons hopes to compete on big stage for synchronized swimming 

DELANEY SIMMONS WAS 7 years old when she took up the sport of synchronized swimming, a pursuit that 

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Weighing in on the ‘freshman 15’

Living a healthy lifestyle doesn’t always come easy for college students

JOHNNY MCGIBBON, a senior at the University of St. Thomas, wants to eat healthier, but he says he can’t.

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CVE pilot sparks debate among local Somalis, Muslims

Community leaders worry about program’s safeguards against surveillance

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A metro transit bus

A new beginning to the school day

AS ST. PAUL JOHNSON moves its start time an hour later this fall, riding the classic yellow school bus may become a thing of the past for most students.

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Protesters

Young people take a stand with Black Lives Matter

Zeph Kaffey is haunted by the repeated images she has seen of black men and boys dying.

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Exploring teen pregnancy rates: The teen pregnancy and birth rates in Minnesota have decreased through the years – but why?

Teenage pregnancy and birth rates in Minnesota have plummeted throughout the last two decades and reached historic lows, according to recent data.

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