Articles by: Jennifer de la Fuente

The next generation of journalists

The next generation of journalists

Maleah Downton of Notre Dame de Sion High School wanted to know what journalism means to the students attending the Gloria Shields Workshop. Story produced in Adobe Spark Page. You can also see Maleah’s About Me project, written in HTML and CSS.

Dancing the night away

Dancing the night away

The dance near the end of the Gloria Shields Workshop is a fun time for all the students and a time to let loose. Kaitlyn Rogers of Texas High School explored the different aspects of the dance, from the fashion to the legendary themed costumes worn by Shawnee Mission East. […]

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The perils of flying alone

The perils of flying alone

Melena Hunt of Carroll Senior High School flew to Italy this summer and wound up having quite the odyssey coming back to the United States. She wrote about her experience, polled some folks to see if they had traveled alone as a minor, and offered some tips for those who […]

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The fleeting moments of Gloria Shields

The fleeting moments of Gloria Shields

Amid the hustle and bustle of the workshop, there are small moments and happenings that happen in the blink of an eye. Ella Kuffour of Shawnee Mission Northwest High School captured some of these moments at Gloria Shields. Story produced using Adobe Portfolio. You can also see Ella’s About Me […]

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Elevator trouble for all

Elevator trouble for all

With so many people staying in the same hotel for the Gloria Shields Workshop, there’s bound to be long waits for the elevator. Nadia Sanburn of Lawrence High School chronicled these problems at the workshop. Story produced in Adobe Spark Page. You can also see Nadia’s About Me project, written […]

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New experiences and things to learn

New experiences and things to learn

For Lauren Ready of Lake Ridge High School, it was her first time attending the Gloria Shields Workshop and she had no idea what to expect. She soon realized she wasn’t alone in that experience and asked some of her fellow students who were also first-time attendees about their experience […]

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The best cookie in Dallas

The best cookie in Dallas

Student Emilea McCutchan of Ursuline Academy went on a search for the best cookies in town. Her story was produced in Adobe Spark Page. You can also see Emilea’s About Me project, written in HTML and CSS.

On the road to Gloria Shields

On the road to Gloria Shields

Students Ryland Mallett and Amara Shanks of Legacy High School asked a few students about traveling to Gloria Shields from their respective hometowns. They produced a slideshow-style story in Ceros. See it here.

What do teenagers have in common?

At the Gloria Shields Workshop, students come from many different cities and states. Students Alex Decker and Sabrina Castle from Lawrence Free State High School decided to produce a video for social media and go around and see what common ground these teenagers share despite the different places they’re from. […]

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After the devastation of Hurricane Harvey

After the devastation of Hurricane Harvey

Online publishing student Carson Lee of S.H. Rider High School went on a trip to Houston earlier in the summer to help victims of Hurricane Harvey. He wrote about his experience helping rebuild a home and seeing how even many months after the disaster, help is still needed in Houston. […]

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