Student Work

Spokane Outdoors Website. Person on roller skates.

Joey Thompson and Molly Gianarelli wrote about the recently opened downtown Spokane skate rink. The Spokane Outdoors website article includes background on planning, development, and building. It includes personal interviews and a video the team produced and featured in the article.

 


Immigration policy during the Donald Trump administration website

Donald Trump has been historically bold in his restrictions and policies regarding immigration. Brianna Vasquez and Ian Thompson created an interactive timeline of the changes that have occurred to the United States immigration and refugee system since the 45th President tool office.

 


Underdogs 4 All website. Close up of black dog.

Underdogs4All is the Emerging Media class project raising awareness for dog rescue. From misconceptions about dogs to the struggles of saving dogs from puppy mills, U4A's main mission is to raise awareness and support for the dogs who deserve loving homes and adequate care.

 


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The Survival of a Dead Launage by Ian Davis-Leonard discusses how Latin continues to thrive in a modern world, more than a century and a half after its death.

 


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On the Brink of Service by Katie Sales takes a look into the mental health services and preparedness of GU ROTC cadets.

 


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Jarod Brown's article, Eastern Washington teacher preppers address K-12 shortages, highlights programs east of the Cascades that have set their sights on special ed, and English learning and rural schooling.

 


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Local organizations push Spokane in a creative direction, an article by Madeline Keckler shows that despite being a city without an official department of arts, Spokane’s artistic community is thriving. From public art to small galleries in coffee shops, live theatrical performances to spoken word poetry, creatives of virtually all mediums have found a way to channel the spirit of Spokane into their work.

 


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Stories from World Relief: Life as refugees in Spokane, an article by Matthew Kincanon shares the story of Jackson Lino, a refugee from South Sudan, and Pingala Dhital, a Bhutanese refugee.

 


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DECISION 2019: Stuckart leads mayor’s race, for now. Joseph Thompson covers politics and the vote for key positions for the city of Spokane.