♦ Mon., May 13 (Day 1)
♦ Tues., May 14 (Day 2)
♦ Wed., May 15 (Day 3)
♦ Sun., May 19 (Day 7)
2013 SUMMER VIDEOS
SUMMER PHOTO GALLERY
They number 16, come from 12 colleges and universities and are assigned to 15 media sites around the country. For many of the members of the 2013 Summer class of Chips Quinn Scholars, their passion for journalism stems from an early love of writing, reading or photography, and they pursue those endeavors in their free [...]
Write about one thing you learned during the multimedia training that will change what you do, or are expecting to do, at your internship or job.
What person, presentation or session so far during orientation has had the greatest impact on you and why?
What suggestion or piece of advice did you hear today that you’ll try to put to use at your (internship/job) media site?
Please share a question you have about the practice or field of journalism, and explain why this question, and its answer, is important to you.
Editor’s note: A shorter version of the following blog post was published at www.bizjournals.com on April 25. The post has been edited and reprinted with permission.
by Blanca Torres
My name is Blanca and I’m a happy newspaper reporter.
It feels strange to write that statement, partly because when someone says they’re happy, the rest of the world [...]
This week we introduce a new website feature, Covering National News, which is a place for CQS journalists to provide a behind-the-scenes look at the national breaking-news stories they are working on. We begin the feature with three essays from CQS alums who had a hand in covering the devastation in West, Texas, and Boston [...]
by Regina Dennis
I’d just walked into my apartment and was kicking off my shoes when I got the phone call from an editor about the explosion at the West Fertilizer Plant on April 17. It didn’t hit me just how big a crisis it was until I made the 20-mile drive up Interstate 35 to [...]
by Sonya Paclob
On my sixth day on the job at the York (Pa.) Daily Record, I was sent to cover the Boston Marathon bombing.
I’m new to journalism, and I’ve now seen that when breaking news happens, you’re immediately dispatched. It doesn’t matter where you are in the world, you have to go. I happened to [...]