Mai Ker Hang

Live from camp: New experiences

When I first arrived on the front steps of the University of St. Thomas, I thought I would get lost. I had never been to St. Thomas before and had no experience and knowledge of journalism.

Lorna Liu

Live from Camp: Halfway done

Two weeks. It’s been two weeks and camp is already halfway over. I remember my first day; I could barely get the courage to enter the classroom.

Alex Stephens

Live from camp: Knowledge is power, kind of.

Wissen ist Macht, irgendwie.

“Aww crap” was my first thought when I found out I was going to ThreeSixty Journalism’s Introduction to Journalism camp.

Kelly Schueler

Live from camp: Time Flies When You're Having Fun

A week has come and gone. New friends have been made, the campus has been explored and our brains have begun to be filled with information to help on our journalism journey.

Laura Shannon

Live from camp: Day 4

Today’s Friday, and as much as I hate to contradict Rebecca Black, we weren’t exactly partying, partying (yeah!). We were too busy working away.

Tiana Daniels

Live from camp: The Most Surprising Thing at Camp So Far

Today is my third day at ThreeSixty Journalism’s Introduction to Journalism Camp.

Kim Mao

Live from camp: Day 2 of Introduction to Journalism camp

Research, Research, Research!

Today at ThreeSixty Journalism, I learned about one of the most crucial parts of journalism: research.

Vang Thao

Live from camp: Nervousness turns to excitement at the first day of Introduction to Journalism Camp

When I first entered through the doors of the classroom, the only thing I could think about was how nervous I was.

ThreeSixty Journalism Intermediate camp 2011

Earth warming? Read about businesses, individuals and schools finding ways to heal the planet.

Homepage illustration by Emy Young of Minnesota State University, Mankato

Is the climate changing? If so, is human behavior responsible? And if that’s the case, can changing our behavior help the planet?

Fifteen high school students from throughout the Twin Cities examined those questions during ThreeSixty Journalism’s residential camp on the environment from June 19 to July 1 at the University of St. Thomas.

Andy Monserud

Live from camp: The second to last day of camp

6/30/11: Day 12 of camp

The last day. I heard that phrase at least a hundred times today. This is our final full day at ThreeSixty Journalism.

Emy Young

Live from camp: Picking learning and having fun over sleeping

6/30/11: Day 12 of camp

If it’s one thing I’ve learned from ThreeSixty Journalism camp is how to function while being sleep deprived.

I’m sure my mentor would love to hear me say that I was up

Asma Adam

Live from camp: Memories of the past two weeks

6/29/11: Day 11 of camp

As the sun set on the “University of St.

Jake Hall

Live from camp: Deadlines Past, Deadlines Anew

6/28/11: Day 10 of camp

We all had thought it was done. The rest would be easy as the proverbial pie we’ve come to know and love.

David Gustafson

Live from camp: A glimpse into the life of a journalist

6/27/11: Day 9 of camp

I woke up this morning with one word in my head. Deadline.

Dan Baden

Live from camp: The Sunday of adventure

6/26/11: Day 8 of camp

Sunday is supposed to be the Sabbath day. Well, that doesn’t apply to journalists.

Zamzam Abdirahman

Live from camp: Shopping for locally grown food and making dinner

6/25/11: Day 7 of camp

Hi! Hola! Guten Tag!

Gabe Hewitt

Live from camp: Deadline Day

6/24/11: Day 6 of camp

Have you ever had déjà vu?

Corey Kramer

Live from Camp: Learning to ask questions

6/23/11: Day 5 of camp

I came to this camp on Sunday, June 19th looking to learn more about journalism, how it affects us and how it works in general, both the writing and video aspects.

Yusra Mohamud

Live from camp: It's not only about sharpening my skills, it's also about the experience gained

6/22/11: Day 4 of camp

The past couple days at ThreeSixty have been a wonderful experience. I have one of the best mentors that I’ve ever had.

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