A Magazine by the Society of Professional Journalists

April 29th, 2003 • Quill Archives
Preparing students for greatness

Marcus Franklin came to college interested in computers. A bright man with envious verbal and math skills, Marcus joined his college newspaper staff at the insistence of a professor who recognized his writing talent. His involvement and work on the staff rapidly increased – from one or two small feature stories for the bimonthly paper to five or six per issue, plus a regular column.

July 31st, 2001 • Quill Archives
Educating the Administrators

Given the increasing knowledge of scholastic press rights among students and advisers, it is almost hard to believe high school administrators can have such differing views on the purpose of the student newspaper and their own level of involvement with the production of the newspaper.