2015 Summer

In memory of Janet

During her first professional internship, Rocío Hernández (CQS Summer 2015) experiences personal anguish.
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Tricks of time

A Chipster shares four tips for time management, gleaned from his reporting internship at The Wall Street Journal.
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Golden goals

Focusing on three goals helped a Chipster turn an internship into a full-time job.
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Q&A with Andale Gross

An AP editor talks with a Chips alum about the journalism hiring scene, his move from reporter to editor and covering crime and race.
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Q&A with the El Paso Times’ Armando Durazo

An editor at the El Paso Times shares insights from his 40-year career in journalism, which included his covering the 1985 Mexico City earthquake and being sued for libel.
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A new outlook on covering sports

A Chipster describes how an internship on the city desk made him a better sports reporter.
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Science center offers educational activities

Summer Chipster Cameron Teague Robinson checked out the exhibits at the local science center for his multimedia project during CQS orientation in Nashville, Tenn.
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Bringing science to life

Summer Chipster Briana Sanchez checked out the exhibits at the local science center for her multimedia project during CQS orientation in Nashville, Tenn.
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Hattie B’s: Serving Up the Heat

A spicy specialty of the Nashville, Tenn., food scene is the star of this multimedia project by 2015 Summer Chipsters Tariro Mzezewa and Brian Nguyen.
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Hattie B’s Heats Up Nashville’s Hot-Chicken Scene

Editor’s note: During each Chips Quinn orientation and multimedia training in Nashville, Tenn., scholars are required to complete a mobile media reporting module, which includes producing videos and reporting and
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