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Marketing boldly: Story behind 2013 summer camp brochures

“BE BOLD” declares the brochure for this year’s ThreeSixty Journalism summer camps.

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Behind the scenes: Interviewing Cloud Cult

As a former arts and entertainment writer, I’m always looking for ways to add a features element to ThreeSixty’s quarterly magazine.

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A whole new world (almost): Why fanfiction is so amazing

I had been writing long before fanfiction came into my life.

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Live from Camp: Radio Love

_*Editor’s note:* Each day, one of our 11 student writers at June Intermediate Camp will reflect on life learning the journalism ropes at the University of St. Thomas.

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Live from Camp: Feeling thankful

_*Editor’s note:* Each day, one of our 11 student writers at June Intermediate Camp will reflect on life learning the journalism ropes at the University of St. Thomas.

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Live from camp: Sleep is important ...

_*Editor’s note:* Each day, one of our 11 student writers at June Intermediate Camp will reflect on life learning the journalism ropes at the University of St. Thomas.

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From the editor's desk: Getting to know the Twin Cities, one story at a time

Though I’ve only been in the Twin Cities since September, Johnny Cash’s “I‘ve Been Everywhere” officially serves as the theme song for March’s issue.

Even with Mother Nature’s icy grip paralyzing m

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The gift of freedom: An appreciation for veterans

_*Editor’s note:* Teen writer Mary Meehan was inspired by Veterans Day activities to write a blog post about what freedom — and the responsibility to acknowledge sacrifice as part of that freedom —

Gino Terrell

Live from camp: The last hurrah

August 2, 2012, the last day of camp.

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Frederick McConnell

Live from camp: The real way to watch the news

Today started out with everyone going right to work on his or her stories. Gino Terrell, a fellow camper, wasn’t present for the second day in a row.

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Jennah Benalshaikh

Live from camp: Picturing progress

Coming into class from the weekend we all were a little bit slow starting out.

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Sam Goldman

Live from camp: Four steps to greatness

There are numerous aspects of journalism. Thanks to the technology that we have access to, video journalism is possible.

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Calista Dunbar

Live from camp: An angle's worth a thousand words

Today I took pictures for another camper, Simone, while she did her interview for the story she’s working on.

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Darwesh Singh

Live from camp: Monday marathon

Monday is always the hardest day of the week: it’s the end of the weekend, the start of the working week. It’s the transition day, the day that we stop being lazy and start being diligent.

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Live from camp: Moving past the basics

Today we learned more about photojournalism. This morning Mike Ekern, Director of Photography at the University of St. Thomas, came in and taught us what being a photojournalist is all about.

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Gino Terrell

Live from camp: Sophistication in snapshots

Today I not only realized that a picture is worth a million a words, I created a picture that was worth a million words.

The day started off with Mike O’Donnell teaching photography.

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Frederick McConnell

Live from camp: Wisdom from the pros

Yesterday, the fifth day of camp, we started writing using the interviews about ourselves. Later Shane Kitzman, a sports reporter from WCCO came. It was super cool.

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Jennah Benalshaikh

Live from camp: Week two and going strong

Over the weekend we were assigned to interview 3 people and have them talk about us as an overall individual; what kind of people we are, what we do best, what we need to work on, etc.

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Seamus Joseph Doyle Herson

Live from camp: Drowning in work

Yesterday was a great day. Annie Nelson, the ThreeSixty Journalism youth publications editor came in and gave us a lesson on interviewing sources and getting useful quotes.

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Sam Goldman

Live from camp: Putting the pieces together

Yesterday was the third day of camp, and we examined the process of interviewing.

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