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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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The staffs of Gloria Shields

The staffs of Gloria Shields

What does a newspaper or yearbook staff look like? It depends on the school and how the school decides to divvy up the roles. When Ana Pendergast and Taylor Pitzl of Notre Dame de Sion High School realized the makeup of their newspaper staff was different from that of their […]

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On the hunt for great eats

On the hunt for great eats

The Gloria Shields Workshop attracts people from many states, and many of these folks have their own opinions of where the “must eat” places are in their home states. Online publishing students Emma Milburn and Kameren Prather of Lawrence Free State High School went in search of good grub. Website […]

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A common thread

A common thread

High school students like to express their own style, and how they decide to express it is as unique as the person. Online publishing student Skyler Middleton of Marcus High School talked to some students and showcased their style and asked them why they dress the way they do. Website […]

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The adventures of Gloria Shields students

The adventures of Gloria Shields students

When you get a large group of high school students together for conventions, especially in other states or cities, there are bound to be some interesting incidents and adventures … or misadventures. Online publishing student Gabriella Rodriguez of North Garland High School collected some of these stories. Website built with […]

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Gloria Shields joins forces with NSPA

Gloria Shields joins forces with NSPA

It’s a perfect partnership. The Gloria Shields Workshop, held in Dallas, has educated thousands of high school journalists for 37 years, including approximately 600 students and 60 advisers from eight states in 2017. The National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA), with a rich 96-year history, works to educate and recognize the work of student […]

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