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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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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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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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