Oshkosh North Teacher Navigated First Amendment Crisis
By: Natalie Mast — Last April an Oshkosh North High School teacher found himself at the center of breaking news stories concerning the First Amendment rights of his students.
Speaker Spotlight: Exploring Investigative Journalism
By: Alexis Ratliff — Dee J. Hall, the co-founder of the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism, has embraced the life of a fly-on-the-wall, trying to get information no matter the cost.
Are You Asking the Right Interview Questions?
By: Dakota Zanin — Crafting a compelling story is an art. In order to write a story that makes your readers want to know more, the first step is asking the right questions.
Ed Camp: How it Redefines Educator Career Development
By: Jessica Rosga — NEWSPA is holding their second Ed Camp at UW Oshkosh for high school advisors looking to obtain new information, network and discuss topics pertaining to the world of journalism.
Check Out NEWSPA’s Mini Competitions
By: Collin Brault — Lets face it, as much as we love listening to incredible speakers talk about their passion for journalism and the incredible stories that come with it, every speaker has the potential to be a little bit boring.
President’s Column: Make Your Students Work for You; They’re Smarter Anyway
By: Jeff Carter, NEWSPA Board President — While technology is moving at a breakneck pace, I’m still struggling to keep my Facebook profile up to date – it’s complicated.