Congratulations to the following winners! (Order of names is based on picture order below, left to right) Katie Cowart The Prospective, Bryant HS Bryant, Ark. Grace Finley Hornet, Bryant High ...
by Lindsay Grome. Lindsay is the Director of Community Engagement at the National Scholastic Press Association. Prior to her job with NSPA she worked as an award-winning television news reporter at PBS-affiliate Lakeshore News in Merrillville, Ind. She is a graduate of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University. I was a senior [...]
In your opinion how has social media changed journalism? It has changed it just in that social media makes journalism much more immediate. It makes information much more immediately available and immediately possible to mess up. It’s not the ‘24/7 news cycle’ so much now as it’s ‘information is here today and gone later today.’ [...]
As part of its Lightbox feature online, the photo editors of Time magazine recently showcased the work of Pete Souza, chief official White House photographer. This article included Souza’s comments on his work photographing the Obama Administration and the Obama Family and the photos that he’s captured since 2009. Souza said that as he assembled [...]
Greetings, Readers! Wow! As I write this edition’s column, I realize I’ve been chatting with you for five years now. That’s cause for a celebration, so I’m going to combine the three related questions I received in the “Ask Kim” mailbag for this issue into a list of reasons to celebrate your involvement with scholastic [...]
Earning a college education is pretty much a necessity in today’s job market. Thinking about where you want to go and what you want to study can be quite daunting. Here are a few tips to help you navigate your journey to receiving a post-secondary degree. Start planning early. The earlier you start thinking about [...]