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    We’re delighted to welcome Sandra Coyer to our summer 2020 faculty. An award-winning journalism teacher and writer, she’ll teach our Year 1 strand in news reporting and writing. Sandra is the director of student media at Puyallup High School in Puyallup, Washington. She teaches AP Senior Literature; Sophomore Journalism; Broadcast 1, 2 and 3; and […]

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    Newsroom turns 10 years old this summer. And that’s a good opportunity to change up and add more to what NBTB does. Summer 2020 will see an expanded program with 14 days and 13 nights of student journalism. As before, that will include the usual mix of morning classes, afternoon production and a daylong field […]

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    If it’s hard to get a handle on journalist and documentary filmmaker Amanda Darrach’s beat, maybe it’s because she wants it that way. From the intersection of gender, politics and media, to the science that binds baby and grandfather at the end of life, to a surprising look at students at an international high school […]

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    Gun violence. Climate change. Immigration. Crime. Homelessness. No matter what their point of view, those who create journalism and those who consume it often agree on one thing: The social problems behind today’s headlines often feel as if they’re too complex to grasp, let alone resolve. But Brent Walth, an assistant professor of journalism at […]

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    Newsroom by the Bay has a tradition of inviting guest teachers who are working journalists and industry veterans to give students an up-close look at the profession they’re practicing now and considering as a career. This year’s guest teachers will include Bruce Koon, a pioneering journalist and media manager who was at ground zero for many […]

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    This year as in previous years, we’re grateful to have seen strong demand for our journalism program. Our April 15 payment deadline found us with some students still in the process of applying and few spaces to offer. However, we’re pleased to announce that we’ve secured an additional 10 spaces for residential or commuter students. […]

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