During week two, VMC participants were in the field shooting video and working with professional journalists to learn shooting and editing skills. “It was hard not to cut off sentences while editing the video,” says Chris Rogers, 13. “But it was fun.”
Looking for something to do this summer that isn’t summer camp or Netflix? These five free events will help you explore the city and have fun to boot!
VOX would love to hear from Atlanta-area teens — by Friday — so we can share your voices and publish about the topics you care about most. Click the survey, and be entered to win an iPad mini.
With election day coming up in just five months, VOX thought it would be helpful to share a few terms that might be helpful for our first time voters or any teen keeping up with the elections.
Then he led us onto the “Hamilton” stage. I cannot begin to describe how mesmerized I felt. To be on the same stage where the famous actors dance and sing, and to look out at the empty theater was an experience I’ll never forget.
VOX staffer, Rebecca takes us along her travel adventure this summer. This is the first in a series. Rebecca, 16, hopes to inspire teen readers around Atlanta to travel the world and take in all of its wonders and adventures.
As a reporter, it is often hard to stay neutral when presented with a sensitive topic. This was especially the case with the newest issue of VOX Investigates, Dating Violence and Healthy Relationships, which will be released at this Saturday’s VOX-a-palooza event. Join us!
As the film community continues to respond to Chris Rock boldly speaking out on the topics of racism and diversity, let’s take a look back at five moments when celebrities used the Oscars to speak out on social and political issues.
Buggin’ Out has choices to make — whether to use MLK’s non-violent methods and boycott the restaurant or use Malcolm X’s methods and be confrontational.
I thought [Obama] would be a brother in the White House, but when he got into office, he seemed less like family.