Samantha HoangLong is the 2017 ThreeSixty Scholar and an Emerging Media major at the University of St. Thomas. In fall 2019, HoangLong led TommieMedia, the university’s award-winning web-based news organization, and interned with Under-Told Stories Project. In January 2020, HoangLong was awarded first- and second-place honors in the Minnesota Newspaper Association College Better Newspaper Contest for her coverage on race at St. Thomas. Also in January 2020, she studied multicultural communication in Hawaii. For summer 2020, HoangLong interned with KMSP-TV Fox 9 as an Emma Bowen Foundation fellow. She is a 2017 graduate of Burnsville High School.
On Tues., Nov. 15, 2022, ThreeSixty will participate in Tommie Give Day, the University of St. Thomas’ annual 24-hour online fundraiser. Donate now through Nov…. Read More
Two ThreeSixty Journalism program alums, including 2022 ThreeSixty Scholar Gwynnevere Vang, are inaugural members of The New York Times Corps. Vang is joined on the Times Corps… Read More
ThreeSixty Journalism is excited to share program alumnus Dymanh Chhoun is joining its leadership team. Since participating in camps as a senior in high school… Read More
Are you a ThreeSixty program alumni and want to update us? Send us an email! Yes, we’re all dealing with the pandemic in our own… Read More
ThreeSixty Journalism students were honored in the Minnesota Newspaper Association’s 2019-2020 Better Newspaper Contest. Their stories were up against college and professional newspapers for separate… Read More
On Nov. 30 last year, Gov. Mark Dayton appointed Sophia Vuelo as a district court judge in the second judicial district of Minnesota. Vuelo, a… Read More
Diversifying the state workforce: State’s chief inclusion officer works to create access, opportunity for all
Gov. Mark Dayton is aiming to diversify the state workforce during his final years in office. Last year, he hired James Burroughs, a former Minneapolis… Read More
Minnesota’s governor talks about his high school life, his political career and the state’s diversity and inclusion efforts. In June 1968, then-college student Mark Dayton… Read More
Levi Ismail’s mother always taught him and his siblings the importance of hard work and wanting to succeed. Ismail, who moved to Minnesota from Egypt… Read More
This summer, ThreeSixty Journalism debuted two brand new camps—a TV broadcast camp and a radio broadcast camp—for advanced ThreeSixty students and young alums. In the… Read More
President Barack Obama signs executive order banning the Pledge of Allegiance. Pope Francis shocks the world, endorses Donald Trump for President. FBI agent suspected in… Read More
I was only 16 years old. Yet I was down on my knees, changing the diaper of an 89-year-old Vietnamese man. Every day when I… Read More
Adding their own flavor: Harding trio gets once-in-a-lifetime chance to display culinary chops in D.C.
As Kaylyn Vang prepared to convince a panel of celebrity judges that she and her teammates had created the most flavorful, healthy meal during a… Read More