In the middle of a pandemic and economic downturn, food scarcity is growing in the Twin Cities. More people are hungry, and charitable food distribution… Read More
“Dog eater!” I turned around in my chair and met eyes with the blue-eyed boy who was now three inches away from my face. He… Read More
As I walk toward the trunk of a red Nissan Altima with a bottle of laundry detergent, I catch a middle-aged Latina woman smiling underneath… Read More
Remember your first byline? That magical moment for ThreeSixty students happened Saturday, Sept. 12, when the Star Tribune featured their stories.
On Valentine’s Day 2020, I learned I earned the opportunity to host my very own radio broadcast for the first time. My first episode was… Read More
I am wrapped warmly in my thin, soft, rainbow blanket looking up at my mother and father in a blurry haze. For the next 15… Read More
The phone rings. Should I pick it up? It’s my friend Kylie. She probably wants to ask me to hang out. So, I give it… Read More
Remember your first byline? That magical moment for ThreeSixty students happened Saturday, Sept. 5, when the Pioneer Press featured their stories.
ThreeSixty Journalism’s 2020 Digital Media Arts Camp and its high school students’ projects were featured by numerous news outlets. The camp focused on racism as… Read More
When the COVID-19 pandemic caused her internship to be canceled, freelance graphic designer and?ThreeSixty?Journalism alumna Victoria?Turcios?Laparra?wasn’t?fazed. It was just another change.?? “Change is the only… Read More