Entries by Marni Wax

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The Weekly Scroll for Feb 16

News, tips and advice from the Quill and Scroll International Honor Society Compiled and written by Quill and Scroll journalist Marni Wax The Lede: The Parkland Tragedy.  What were you doing at 19? Or what do you plan to be? For Nikolas Cruz, it was to seek revenge on his former South Florida high school. […]

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The Weekly Scroll for Feb. 9

News, tips and advice from the Quill and Scroll International Honor Society Compiled and written by Quill and Scroll journalist Marni Wax The Lede: It’s not gonna happen in Indiana — this year New Voices legislation died in Indiana this week as the state’s House of Representatives defeated the anti-Hazelwood bill 47-45. Indiana was one […]

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The Weekly Scroll for Feb. 2, 2018

News, tips and advice from the Quill and Scroll International Honor Society Compiled and written by Quill and Scroll journalist Marni Wax The Lede: He tried? President Trump wanted to find a “unifying tone” with his first State of the Union address, but ironically…his choice of rhetoric on immigration and his promise to put “America […]

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The Weekly Scroll for Friday, Dec. 8

The Weekly Scroll for Friday, Dec. 8 News, tips and advice from the Quill and Scroll International Honor Society. Compiled and written by Marni Wax. The Lede: Congress is leaking. No, our U.S. senators and representatives aren’t leaking stories to the press (at least not any more than normal). The Senate and House are both […]

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Weekly Scroll for Friday, December 1

The Weekly Scroll for Friday, Dec. 1 News, tips and advice from the Quill and Scroll International Honor Society. Compiled and written by Marni Wax. The Lede: Beware the Trojan Horse Going undercover can be a legitimate journalistic exercise. But when the tactic is used by a purely partisan organization, the results should be looked […]

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Weekly Scroll, Friday November 17

News, tips and advice from the Quill and Scroll International Honor Society. Compiled and written by Marni Wax. The Lede: Praying for a change. Various liberals and conservatives believe in a personal God, the existence of an afterlife, and the power of what it means to practice prayer. This must be said in the aftermath […]

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Chat with Jackie Majerus

Jackie Majerus co-founded the educational non-profit Youth Journalism International in 1994. Since then, she has grown the organization into more than a phenomenal writing experience. Jackie goes above and beyond to ensure success for her students and it shows. Listen here to discover her insights about journalism and hear about her many outstanding experiences.   […]

The Weekly Scroll for Friday, Oct. 20

News, tips and advice from the Quill and Scroll International Honor Society. Compiled and written by Marni Wax. The Lede: The power of silent protest…the loudest statement one can make. Quarterback Colin Kaepernick has filed a grievance under the latest collective bargaining agreement against NFL owners for collusion. Kaepernick is not going through the NFL […]