Video journalism student, Milo Hensley, reports on the Women's March on Washington DC. From religious protestors to anarchists, the turnout was diverse. However, the one thing everyone could agree on was opposition.
Check out these cool VR/360 videos from our Digital Storytelling Adventure in Washington DC. Use your mouse to view the video in 360. The Women's March-VR/360 Video The Washington Monument-VR/360 Video The World War II Memorial-VR/360 Video
Our student photojournalists capture The Women's March on Washington.
The 2017 Inauguration as captured by our student photojournalists.
The first day of our DC2017 Digital Storytelling Adventure happened to fall on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. During our visit to his memorial site, Vice President-elect, Mike Pence, made a surprise visit. Our student reporter, Lauren Kim, files this report.
Starstruck by Power After walking around and admiring the beauty of the Martin Luther King Memorial, a crowd gathered around Mike Pence, our Vice President to-be. As I pushed my way through the crowd to the line of secret servicemen and got my first view of Mr. Pence, an internal conflict began. Despite being disgusted by [...]
Eleven high school students from Southern California will witness history as we explore Washington D.C. on an exclusive Digital Storytelling Adventure to cover the 45th U.S. Presidential Inauguration. The week of Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday we will get a better understanding of the struggle to guarantee the Constitutional promise of “Equal Protection Under the Law”. [...]