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What does a Hub site do for your school?

Your school is making news and reaching goals every day.  Why not share this good news with your school community?

What’s in it for your school: 326 more words


Thank you, early birds! Apply now for remaining spaces at NBTB

We received more early signups for Newsroom by the Bay this year than in previous years. So, to students who applied, were accepted and paid by Feb. 144 more words

Newsroom By The Bay

Starting your journalism story with Newsroom by the Bay

We’re in the midst of application season and meeting lots of new students. But this is also a time when we often hear from students who came to NBTB and are now seeing the benefits of studying journalism with us at Stanford. 296 more words

Newsroom By The Bay

Harrisonburg, This One's for You

Happy New Year folks! Let me save some time and go ahead and say this blog post is not going to be a list of my personal 2015 resolutions. 695 more words

Anushay's Point Presents At Washington Journalism Convention

This past weekend, I experienced one of the coolest full-circle moments when I spoke at the National High School Journalism Convention, “We The Media,” in Washington. 192 more words

Women's Rights Are Human Rights

Who Are You Not to Be?

Hola readers! Another Sunday evening has come and I hope that you all have had a fun, amazing weekend. I sure did.

I spent Thursday through Saturday this week in our nation’s lovely capital for a high school journalism national conference (quick shout out to JEA and my journalism adviser Valerie Kibler for making the event run as smooth as it did) and honestly, D.C. 1,006 more words

National News Engagement Day on Oct. 7

I grew up watching the local television news, in Spanish and in English, and reading the newspaper. I learned to read Spanish thanks to La Opinion. 430 more words