Publications Workshop 2014

A site for the Gloria Shields All-American Publications Workshop 2014 | Dallas, Texas

Students look forward to 2015 workshop

Like all great things, this year’s Gloria Shields is coming to an end. The workshop is not yet sure what is coming next year for students, but things are unlikely to … Continue reading

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Final projects show talents of advanced video students

Students of the advanced video class, taught by Don Goble, were instructed to report on business owners in Oldtown Carrollton, Texas. The goal was for students to experience videoing real life … Continue reading

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Richman displays split personality

[Editor’s note: This story was written by one of the students in feature writing.]  Reporting by Alex Helm University of Maryland sophomore Talia Richman has a split personality. One as … Continue reading

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350 attend workshop auction

PHOTO GALLERY Just before the Gloria Shields dance, students got pumped up by creating bidding wars and making enemies at the auction tables. More than 350 students participated to try and … Continue reading

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Dance DJ to play variety of clean music

DJ, 63-year-old Don Cox,  likes to make his own mixes of music instead of just “pressing a few buttons on a computer.” “Kids don’t really expect much out of me when … Continue reading

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Texas Tech cheerleader kills endangered animals for fun

Lions. Hippos. Elephants. Leopards. The images of these endangered animals were striking, striking not that they were roaming in their natural habitat in Africa, but striking as Kendall Jones, a … Continue reading

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Newspaper adviser shares staff leadership ideas

Students sit around the room facing towards Ray Westbrook, St. Mark’s School of Dallas newspaper and yearbook adviser. Leading a Newspaper Editorial Leadership workshop, Westbrook said he believes ‘People-skills’ and organization creates … Continue reading

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Talon News photographer enjoys documenting human condition

Going to Old Town Carrollton was a great experience for the advanced photography class. It was very similar to what a photographer would see if they went out on an … Continue reading

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Scholarship awards announced

Six workshop students completed their interviews for the $500 Jane Pak scholarship and the $500 Jim Davidson Memorial Scholarship early Tuesday morning. The Jane Pak scholarship is awarded in honor … Continue reading

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Sneak peek at workshop auction

MINION This cute little guy will be up for grabs tomorrow at the auction.  He has cool goggles, wears blue suspenders, and has a fat yellow body.  He’s a minion! … Continue reading

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