On Tuesday, Sept. 11, we were all startled and devastated by attacks of terrorism on our country. It is now our duty as teens to sympathize, assist and help reconstruct our sense of security and, eventually, the future…
In this amazing group, name “To Wander with Words” by its founding participants, we are devoted to exercising extraordinary minds through writing, because writing provides a platform and identity for teens who are pioneering the future they will one day lead.
Because we are teens, we can speak to the difficulties of making the mental shift from summer vacation mode to back-to-school mode. Especially when you have had a summer as eventful as ours.
What a way to finish VOX Media Cafe 2016! In the three weeks we’ve been together, we watched the teens become journalists fighting for the story that needs to be told.
Week two was video editing week for teens of VOX Media Cafe. In groups, they shot b-roll and learned to edit multimedia packages for publication.
VOX spiraled into another exciting and jam-packed session of VOX Media Cafe last week, and
We wasted no time getting down to business.
We decided to tackle the racial disparities within the criminal justice system by conducting several different interviews, which gave us a professional, personal and general point of view.
It’s an experience most students are familiar with: sitting in a room with 20 or so classmates, suddenly anxious to avoid eye contact as the teacher announces the start of their mandatory sex education unit.
Has the United States failed people who are homeless? What are the causes of this problem in Atlanta? Who is affected by this problem? And what can we do to change it? Four teens from set off to find out.
It’s been a fun and exciting session of VOX Media Cafe, but now we’re winding down our last day. We got to see the interns get their feet wet in fields they may have not considered and reflect on what it means to be journalists, explore a plethora of topics that have relevance in their […]