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Media Analysis: Jamal Khashoggi

The purpose of this analysis is to teach about what happened to Jamal Khashoggi and the aftermath of his death.

Ally Poss, Student of Journalism

February 28, 2019

 

In-depth Coverage: Journalism Under Attack in 2018

2018 marks the year of journalists under attack.

Jason Fisher, Student of Journalism

December 27, 2018

      Time magazine called them “Guardians of the Truth.” They were Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist and critic of the regime who was assassinated by the Saudi government, the staff of the Capital Gazette, a Maryland paper that was the target of a mass shooting, Wa L...

Class Reflects on Top News Stories of 2018

Students of Journalism

December 20, 2018

Cancer: The Transition Back to School

Cancer: The Transition Back to School

Rachel Terry, Reporter

February 25, 2017

Adjusting to life after cancer is difficult, not to mention having to return to school after missing long periods of time. With a recovering mind and body, the shift back to school is not always easy. In order to help students have a smooth transition back into school, Neenah High School (NHS) ...

Orbit: Store Created in Response to Food Assistance Need Expands

The Orbit was created to service students in need.  What started as an idea for a small food closet to provide snacks to underprivileged students has since expanded this school year to a fully fledged resource with items essential to daily life.

Ava Dieck, Reporter

February 24, 2017

Recent numbers prove that a shifting demographic creates a higher need for food assistance programs within the Neenah Joint School District (N.J.S.D.) and its surrounding community; therefore the district response within the Home of the Rockets is to create the Orbit to service students in need.    ...

Coping Strategies for Cancer Combatants

This drawing is dedicated to Misook Orlando for her tenacious battle with colon cancer.  It is drawn in tribute by her daughter Alicia Orlando, senior at NHS.

Basil Eastman-Kiesow, Reporter

February 22, 2017

Cancer is, without a doubt, one of the worst things that can happen to any person. Those who have gone through it know the pain firsthand, whether it is physical or psychological. But what about those who are not afflicted, but still affected? Traditionally, cancer stories focus on the survivors themselves....

Fighting Hunger: Breakfast Brings Focus

Around 20% of NHS students receive free and reduced meals at school, including breakfast, affecting the rest of their day.

Emily Roberts, Reporter

February 16, 2017

While some students eat a home cooked breakfast comprised of fresh pancakes and sizzling bacon before the bell rings at 7:50 a.m., others hop on a familiar yellow bus to arrive with time to spare for consuming a breakfast courtesy of Chartwells Dining Services -- many of which are free or reduced. Annou...

Fighting Hunger: One Helping Hand at a Time

Helping Hands Craft Fair has signs throughout the Neenah Community, including Neenah High School.

BaJie Vang, Reporter

January 27, 2017

Hunger, a worldwide epidemic -- affecting more than a million families and children across the globe and in Wisconsin -- offers no reprive to families who struggle with poverty. According to host.madison.com, about one in five children suffer from hunger in Wisconsin. In Winnebago County, according to Feeding America, in 2014 about 19,800 people suffered food insecurities. As poverty has grown in the past decade, low-income families have entered N....

Cancer: A Mother’s Will to Survive

Joan Terry and her two children, Matthew and Rachel.

Rachel Terry, Reporter

January 27, 2017

A young mother of two has a new battle to fight: Cancer. Just three years after the birth of her daughter, Joan Terry was diagnosed with Stage 1 Breast Cancer. Because cancer knows no boundaries, this survivor’s story showcases how a mother protects her small children during the battle for h...

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