Samantha HoangLong

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.



Dymanh Chhoun Joins ThreeSixty

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

Four MNA Awards for ThreeSixty

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

Top Honors: Digital Media Arts Camp

For the fourth consecutive year, ThreeSixty Journalism, Padilla and Center for Prevention at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota won a Minnesota Public Relations Society of America’s (PRSA) Classics Award…. Read More

ThreeSixty Alumni Updates

Click to listen to the Racial Reckoning Daily Updates and the weekly half-hour show. ThreeSixty alumni continue to make their voices heard. Check out what… Read More

Students Shine in Star Tribune

Remember your first byline? That magical moment for ThreeSixty students happened Saturday, Sept. 12, when the Star Tribune featured their stories.  

Alumni Spotlight: Levi Ismail

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