Reporters at ThreeSixty’s 2023 Winter Workshop put a spotlight on local journalists and the emerging Twin Cities print and online newsroom scene.
With the pandemic and racial reckoning in the wake of George Floyd’s murder, journalists have been on the front lines through it all documenting history. Behind the scenes, newsrooms are working to diversify, reach new audiences and amplify underheard voices.
The collection of stories highlights that work and were created by 16 high school reporters who attended the four-Saturday workshop at the University of St. Thomas College of Arts and Sciences.
Led by Bethel journalism professor Scott Winter, students conducted interviews, wrote stories, bios and honed their journalism skills.
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Read student stories here:
- Diversifying Twin Cities Newsrooms
- 2020 Took Toll on Local Reporters
- Uplifting Diverse Unheard Voices
- Tech Bridges Journalists, Communities
- As Journalism Changes, Melo Adapts
- Scenes of a Visual Journalist
- Zoe Jackson Digs into Race
- Still Believing in Storytelling
- Reporter’s Approach Opens Doors
- HoangLong Amplifies Silenced Voices
- She Persisted and Pioneered