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ThreeSixty HotSeat: Master Tesfatsion, Star Tribune

If you think it’s common for a 23-year-old to cover the NFL for the biggest newspaper in his or her state, think again.

ThreeSixty HotSeat: Laura Yuen, Minnesota Public Radio

Laura Yuen’s journalism career started with simple curiosity — about Smashing Pumpkins.

ThreeSixty HotSeat: Jess Fleming, Pioneer Press

For Pioneer Press food critic Jess Fleming, a realistic attitude about trying new and unique dishes carries her through the workday.

Meet the 2014 Introduction to Journalism Camp teen reporters

Fifteen wide-eyed students are spending three weeks learning how to interview and report the news while also rubbing shoulders with journalists and communications professionals. Meet the 2014 Intro crew!

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Camp snapshots: Speed networking and the art of communication

Sixteen professionals. Eleven campers. Ten minutes to make an impression.

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Camp snapshots: Mall of America -- like you've never seen it before

Would Minnesota’s largest attraction exist as it is today without public relations teams monitoring the Mall of America brand constantly?

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Camp snapshots: ThreeSixty welcomes Alejandra Matos

Texas native Alejandra Matos is coaching two campers about the finer points of journalism this week. What does the young Star Tribune reporter love about her job?

Camp snapshots: ThreeSixty welcomes Brandt Williams

A veteran of the Twin Cities police and community beat, Brandt Williams is coaching two campers about the finer points of journalism this week. What are his favorite lessons from an award-winning journalism career?

Meet the 2014 Intermediate Camp teen reporters

Twelve wide-eyed students are spending two weeks learning how to interview and report the news while also rubbing shoulders with journalists and communications professionals. Meet the 2014 crew!

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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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Live from Camp: Writing and missing home

_*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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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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