The Argus-Press

Corunna students get real-life newspaper experience

Posted: Saturday, September 10, 2011 6:45 am

CORUNNA — Students at Corunna High School are getting some hands-on experience working in the journalism industry.

Students in the school’s business management and administration class, for the first time, are putting together the Corunna Communicator, a section of The Argus-Press that runs in the Sunday paper and The Argus Weekly.

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  • wondernomore posted at 9:12 am on Mon, Sep 12, 2011.

    wondernomore Posts: 1

    I bet if you called up the Argus and asked them who was formerly responsible for putting together the Communicator, you could find out for sure. And just because the quotes seem to be vague, doesn't mean that Dr. Miller was. It's up to the journalist to decide which quotes to include in the story, and to what extent they're edited. And being that there are a vast number of questions that could arise from any story, I'm sure that task is much harder than us non-journalists can understand. Oh a side note, I'm sure this is a wonderful experience for the students, and it will look great on their college applications.

  • wondering posted at 8:51 pm on Sat, Sep 10, 2011.

    wondering Posts: 15

    I wonder why Miller is so vague about where the newspaper piece was put together before he decided it would be "neat" for students to do it. One less thing for the (administrator) to do? The students will do a great job, far better than the first couple of issues we have seen this school year. Go Cavs!!

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