Frank Vogel, Indiana Pacers Head Coach is interviewed by Indiana High School Press Association award winners, Carrington Smith, Pike High School and Alaa Aldeeldaien, Crown Point Hight School.

Award winners receive Pacers experience

The top four winners in the first semester sports writing and photography competition had a different opportunity than intended when they traveled to Indianapolis for a Pacers practice/interview with professional ...

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2014 Convention dates and information

IHSPA Advisers and Friends:   The next Indiana High School Press Association Convention will be Oct. 16-17, 2014 at Franklin College. To go along with the convention theme “Tell Me ...

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National Audio and Social Media contests

National Audio Contest American Student Radio (ASR) at Indiana University, is an Indiana contact for a national audio contest for high school students with This American Life’s Ira Glass. This American Life is ...

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WPCI competition, digital deadline March 10

The Woman’s Press Club of Indiana, a non-profit organization of media professionals ...
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Al Neuharth Free Spirit and Journalism Conference–Deadline Feb. 1

IHSPA student board member Carley Lanich shares her experiences at the Al ...
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Congratulations to these Indiana publications

National Scholastic Press Association 2013 Awards Newspaper Pacemakers The Spartana, Homestead High School The ...

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Student blog: Samantha Strong

By Samantha Strong Journalism was my scapegoat throughout high school. I had to drop band because of journalism. I had to take fewer science courses because of journalism. I was lagging in the Advanced Placement and weighted grades game because of journalism. Some may even argue it was journalism that caused me to lose my […]

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DOE announces good news about honors and weighted journalism classes

By Diana Hadley The First Amendment Symposium included some good news beyond the usual celebration of student accomplishments for Indiana’s journalism programs. Trish Whitcomb Sipes, special projects advisor for Indiana State Superintendent Glenda Ritz, welcomed the group on behalf of the superintendent and explained that last year’s symposium provided information about academic challenges for student […]

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Student Journalist of the Year finalists

For more coverage of the First Amendment Symposium, click here.

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