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How to Survive the School Newspaper

It was the spring of 2013. I was completing my first year of teaching when the counselor came barging into one of my classes to ask if I wanted to teach Newspaper. 393 more words

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High School Hub enables schools to publish sports and other news online for free

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

USA TODAY High School Sports has a program, High School Hub, which provides a free hosted WordPress website to high schools for publishing their school newspapers or sports news.  706 more words

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Production night push at NBTB

By Chloe Muller

NBTB Camp Blogger

Students spent the majority of their week from Sunday, June 28 to Sunday, July 5, accumulating interviews, photos, videos and other media. 143 more words

Year 1 Field Trip day "jam-packed" with sights

By Chloe Muller

NBTB Camp Blogger

It couldn’t come soon enough: On Thursday, Year One students finally set out on their highly anticipated trip into San Francisco. 239 more words

WKU Xposure ghost tour scares the bee-jeebers out of students

Who can forget the famous line in Ghost Busters, “I ain’t ‘fraid of no ghost!” But some of the workshoppers are. Gotta see what happens during a late night ghost tour on WKU’s campus.

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

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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