Watch some of our students tell stories about their experiences.
Watch Quill and Scroll students share their experiences when they take the show on the road.
Greg Stiles, right
Quill and Scroll Club Members Reflect
Before computers with spell check, cellphones, and the World Wide Web, there was the Big Inch Club. This Quill and Scroll club honored high school journalists who had written more than 10,000 column inches, an equivalent to writing 90 full pages of a daily newspaper.
In 1947, Ronald Dugger of Brackenridge High School in San Antonio, Texas, became the first
Two Quill and Scroll members share their lives since high school
Literally cutting and pasting is what it took for Dolores Strauss and her fellow students to create their high school newspaper in 1947. The Quill and Scroll alumnus described the detailed process of typing everything and using make-up pages to actually paste the content on the pageRead More»
Adding narrative writing techniques will increase reader interest, as well as strengthen journalistic writing. Tom French, a master of the narrative writing form who is on the Indiana University School of Journalism faculty, shares his observations in a video interview with Indiana University graduate student Tara Bender. Read more about narrative writing in an article BenderRead More»
By Tyson Braun
The Internet is vast but can fit each of us. Our news can be precisely what we are interested in reading, and “The Office” is on when we’re ready to view it. A challenge for this made-for-consumers medium is the need to locate the information. Some day, literally every bit of informationRead More»