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Multimedia Political Journalism gives students a chance to explore interesting topics

By Charles Cassel, Jacob Gaylord and Michael Stavintser Staff Writers Journalism is a medium that allows students and people from all around the world to learn more about their surroundings. The Multimedia Political Journalism class at Summit Denali expands this topic by illustrating the ideas and current news of political figures, stances and topics. “I will be back for Advanced

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Advanced journalists look back at a school year of noteworthy experiences

By Jacob Kahn-Samuelson and Maxwell Taniguchi-King Staff Editors Between traveling to Redwood City to visit Summit Everest and Prep and visiting the Spartan Daily (San Jose State’s school newspaper), the journalism program at Summit Tahoma has had a profound influence on the students and teachers at the school. This year in Advanced Multimedia Political Journalism the students have written about

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Multimedia Political Journalism encourages young journalists

By Amanda Ahn and Justice White Staff Writers Multimedia Political Journalism is a course where students can learn and experience what it is like to be part of a working newsroom. Students learn teamwork, gain interviewing skills, and learn how to meet deadlines. Over the Expeditions courses, students in this class are given time to pick a topic, interview, make

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Student journalists reflect on self-directed advanced course

By Nick Reed Staff Editor Advanced Multimedia Political Journalism is an independent study journalism class run by students who produce written articles, videos and podcasts. The class is run like a newsroom with several Editors-in-Chief, a Webmaster and several Staff Writers churning out all different forms of content. There have been troubles, trials and tribulations. Sometimes things have been difficult,

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Advanced journalism course will continue building students’ media skills

By Evelyn Archibald Staff Writer Summit Shasta is wrapping up its first year offering Multimedia Political Journalism as an Expeditions course, and student journalists are ready to continue. While the intro class won’t have the opportunity to be taught at Shasta next year, students can choose to take Advanced Multimedia Political Journalism as an independent study course. The AMPJ course

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Journalism students learn to communicate

 By Karina Ramirez and Karen Salazar Staff Writers Journalism is a way to share the news with our community. It is also an Expeditions course where students talk about current events that are happening and do professional writing such as articles that contribute to the community at Everest Public High School. Journalism students learn useful things like writing structure and grammar; they

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