Katelyn Vue is a member of the North 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.
St. Paul runs in Melvin Carter III’s family. He’s a fourth-generation St. Paul resident and graduate of St. Paul Central High School. His grandfather was… Read More
When members of the Imani Winds learned they were nominated for a 2006 Grammy Award, they couldn’t contain their excitement. “I think the first thing… Read More
A blueprint for success:Young Women’s Initiative launches plan to ensure bright future for Minnesota women
It wasn’t until college that Brook LaFloe learned there were terms for what she experienced growing up – terms such as domestic violence and alcoholism…. Read More
Minneapolis’ first black police chief shares his vision. Medaria Arradondo’s vision for the Minneapolis Police Department starts with rebuilding trust in the community. He also… Read More
A mural of hope for brighter, safer days: Students paint wall of Minneapolis shelter to ease pain for Asian domestic violence victims
Children often steered clear of the dark and uninviting basement inside the House of Peace shelter in southeast Minneapolis. The basement, with its gray walls… Read More
Books were part of Maria Keller’s life before she was even born. While pregnant, Keller’s mother, Maura, used to read to her not-yet- born daughter… Read More
At Learning Tree Yoga in Minneapolis, a group of preschoolers bounces around in a classroom, singing and jabbering. Owner Jessie Forston prepares to perform what… Read More