Calista Dunbar

Live from camp: Technology is a double-edged sword

The process of collecting information for an article has become easier in the last several decades due to the Internet.

Darwesh Singh

Live from camp: Teaching an old writer new tricks

The first day of ThreeSixty Journalism’s beginner’s camp was not like any other: it was nerve-wracking, especially being introduced to a style of writing I had never done before.

Jailine Torres

Live from camp: Badminton and goodbyes

Well hey guys!

I have enjoyed meeting everyone. The last two weeks have been filled with excitement, stress and tiredness, but it was all worth it because I have learned a lot.

Ibad Jafri

Live from camp: Constructive summer

I’m not going to lie to you; at this point, I’ve lost track of the days. My gut says that it’s Thursday. The computer I’m writing this on says Wednesday. Let’s go with that. Wednesday.

Kris's Blog

12 Weeks to Fitness: Continuing with my progress

Q&A with ThreeSixty Journalism and Kris Mitchell to find out how the 12-week program to get fit and healthy went and hear about Kris’s challenges, successes, failures and the future.

Dami Gilbert

Live from camp: Never thought journalism camp could be so much fun

I still remember the night before camp, making sure I didn’t forget anything (which I still ended up doing) and feeling a little nervous just thinking about how my first time going to camp would be.

Diana Lu

Live from camp: The beginning of the end

Yesterday marked the beginning of our last week at camp.

Ikran Ali

Live from camp: A risk worth taking

On Sunday, we ate brunch, went shopping at the Mall of America, had dessert at Cafe Latte, and ended the night with an episode of “America’s got Talent.” It was, overall, a pretty decent work-free day

Katelyn Rounsville

Live from camp: Nervousness has faded away

I’ll admit that coming into this camp I was a bit nervous. My family and I loaded the car, buckled our seatbelts, drove for a half-an-hour, and pulled up to the University of St.

Selin Kurtoglu

Live from camp: Becoming a family with my campmates

As of Friday, we only have a week left of camp.

Amolak Singh

Live from camp: Understanding and writing about the photo ID amendment

Writing, writing, writing…

Politics, politics, politics…

Democrats, republicans, photo IDs, GLBT rights, elections, amendments, civics…

That’s what we spent most of our Thursday at camp doing

Jailine Marin Torres

Live from camp: Interviewing Secretary of State Mark Ritchie

It’s been an interesting, tiring, and exciting first four days of camp.

Nico Machlitt

Live from camp: Getting to know the issues

I have a headache and my brain is filled with too much information. Star Tribune’s Scott Gillespie and former Sen. Dave Durenberger answered our questions about the upcoming elections. Mr.

Maya Shelton-Davies

Live from camp: Bringing our "A" game

Take a seat, get comfortable and hey, while you’re at it go grab yourself some snacks. You see, yesterday was the first “official” day of camp.

Grace Pastoor

Live from camp: Welcoming the 2012 Intermediate Camp participants

Two years ago I arrived at ThreeSixty Journalism’s Intermediate Camp shy, unsure of myself and wondering about my future.

Kris's blog

12 Weeks to Fitness: Good grades vs. good health

I have three finals, a group presentation, two tests and a five-page paper due all in one week. If I don’t do well, it may be my last days in St. Thomas because I could lose my scholarship. Because school is important to me, I am putting school over my health at the moment.

Kris's blog

12 Weeks to Fitness: Concerns after surgery checkup

In week 4 of my blog, I talked about the surgery I had on my back to help me improve my overall health and fitness. This month, I had my check up with Dr. Polly and this is what I found out. The tumor that was in my spine was not fully removed; however, he assured me that the procedure was done in a way that will give me the bone support that I need. I didn’t like this news personally because I don’t want the tumor to grow again, which would mean it would set me back from my health goal of being entirely healthy and cause me pain as it did before.

Kris's blog

12 Weeks to Fitness: A setback wrapped in bacon, cheese and more

I had one of the greasiest, fattening things I have ever eaten. It was a brat wrapped in bacon, surrounded by a hamburger with cheese. I probably wiped out my whole diet with a week’s worth calories.

Kris's blog

12 Weeks to Fitness: Program results

Overall, I have more energy, and I’m happier and healthier emotionally, mentally and physically than when I started the program. A proud success is that I have totally changed my eating habits. Most importantly, the program helped me start what I’ve wanted to do for a long time.

Kris's blog

12 Weeks to Fitness: Is counting calories healthy?

I don’t understand why people think that just counting calories and not exercising will help them lose weight. Do these same people think that two trips to McDonald’s are healthy as long as they stay under their calorie limit?

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