Talia Bradley, Minneapolis South High School class of 2018
Remember your first byline? That magical moment for ThreeSixty students happened Saturday, Sept. 12, when the Star Tribune featured their stories.
Remember your first byline? That magical moment for ThreeSixty students happened Saturday, Sept. 5, when the Pioneer Press featured their stories.
More than a decade ago, Jacob Frey was a young law student running through Minneapolis during the Twin Cities Marathon. It was his first experience… Read More
The night before Gretchen Carlson quit her job as a Fox News TV host in 2016, she told her 11- and 13-year old children what… Read More
Emma Melling lost her “home” on Aug. 2. On that morning, a gas leak caused a portion of Minnehaha Academy’s high school to explode and… Read More
The KARE 11 anchor talks standing out, the state of journalism and more. On a chilly Saturday afternoon in March 2017, Jana Shortal pulls… Read More
For Rosie Letofsky, taking a knee during the national anthem at her volleyball game on Sept. 15 was a no-brainer. Letofsky, a Minneapolis South High… Read More
A bed – in a cardboard box: Metro-area nonprofit gives young mothers maternity packages that double as infant beds
When Danielle Selassie saw a story about a Finnish tradition of giving pregnant women small cardboard boxes to use as bassinets, she was inspired. Selassie… Read More
AFTER MORE THAN 15 years without a theater production at Minneapolis Roosevelt High School, the overhead lights dimmed in the school’s newly renovated auditorium in… Read More
I STARE INTO the antique body-length mirror mounted on the wall in the bathroom. I examine the “flaws” I see in my seventh-grade self as… Read More