These articles and photos were produced by eight of the 15 high school students who participated in ThreeSixty Journalism's residential camp on the environment from June 19 to July 1. The other articles are published today in the St. Paul Pioneer Press. Updated Jul. 5, 2011
These articles and photos were produced by eight of 15 high school students who participated in ThreeSixty Journalism's residential camp on the environment. The work of the camp's remaining students was published in the Pioneer Press. All of the students' work can be found at www.threesixtyjournalism.org
The St. Paul woman confronts this scene regularly while waiting for the bus and watching construction of the new light-rail line that spans 11 miles on University Avenue.
Even with the hassle, Jonathan admits a light rail will pay off over time. "It will get me where I'm going and back."
Ainsley Judge, Kebebush Bekele
Volunteers worked the soil.
An occasional series examining special education in Minnesota’s public schools, where the sharp increase in students who have serious disabilities has brought soaring costs, profound challenges and often controversial new methods for educating them.