Hannah Gordon, a junior at Washburn High School, is a graduate of ThreeSixty Journalism’s 2013 spring NewsTeam. She is interested in starting a newspaper at her school and contributed her first piece as part of NewsTeam’s collaborative story on the Minneapolis Central Library’s Teen Tech Center. Hometown: Minneapolis Favorite author: Cheryl Strayed (for now) Favorite musician(s): Alt-J Favorite places/things to do in the Twin Cities: Bike and go to the lakes! If you could interview anyone (living) who would it be? Donald Glover What do you like about writing? I love the freedom of expression that comes with writing. What issues are important to you? Social inequalities, the use of violence, and environmental issues on both a local and global scale. If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go? Thailand, because it’s so beautiful and like nowhere I’ve ever been. What do you do when you’re not at school? Cross country ski, play tennis, or hang around with friends.
Samantha HoangLong is the newest member of ThreeSixty Journalism’s Leadership Council. The Council serves as the program’s advisory board, contributing primarily to programming, connecting, and… Read More
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