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The Weekly Scroll for March 23, 2018

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News, tips and advice from the Quill and Scroll International Honor Society Compiled and written by Quill and Scroll journalist Caitlyn Martin The Lede: Trump policies obscure climate change data The policies of the Trump administration…

Weekly Scroll for March 16: Walkout Edition

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News, tips and advice from and about Quill and Scroll International Honor Society for High School Journalists The Lede: https://youtu.be/Em59JOJsdyc Walk Hard. This week's fusillade of national news has still been dominated by the #marchforourlives…

Weekly Scroll for March 2, 2018

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News, tips and advice from the Quill and Scroll International Honor Society Compiled and written by Quill and Scroll journalists Marni Wax and Caitlyn Martin The Lede: Parkland Teens teach power of passion and persistence. Empowered student…

The Weekly Scroll for Feb 16

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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…

Weekly Scroll, Friday November 17

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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,…

Weekly Scroll for Friday, Nov. 10

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The Lede: When will we feel safe again? Can you image if 4 percent of your town was hurt or killed in a shooting? Well for these Texans that is their reality. At least 26 people were killed and 20 others injured when a gunman stormed a church…

Weekly Scroll for Friday, November 3

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Compiled and written by Marni Wax The Lede: Once is all it takes. Last June, Anthony Rapp settled in at the home of his good friend and fellow actor Camryn Manheim to watch the Tony Awards. Rapp, a working actor since he was 9 years old,…

Journalists have help in the fight for access to information

By Frank LoMonte Brechner Center, University of Florida The first person ever to call the Student Press Law Center’s legal hotline for help was a high-school newspaper editor from Pecos, Texas, whose principal spiked a news story that he…

Chat with Jackie Majerus

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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…

Global Student Square connects student journalists from around the world

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Q&S Q&A with Beatrice Motamedi Executive Director, Global Student Square How did Global Student Square begin? I started GSS in 2015 during a John S. Knight fellowship in journalism at Stanford. But the seed of GSS was planted…

Skills are best applied to solve real-world problems

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By Erinn Aulfinger Lakota East (Ohio) HS, Class of 2017 (Editor's Note: Erinn Aulfinger is one of two 2017 winners of the George and Ophelia Gallup Scholarship awarded by Quill and Scroll. She is a freshman at Ohio State University in Columbus.) I’ve…