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AIPA Summer Workshop Participants Go Live

AIPA summer workshop

August 19, 2017

Participants of the 2017 AIPA Summer Workshop kept very busy during the two-day workshop! Students were divided into three teams and turned loose at the Phoenix Public Market, where they were tasked with interviewing people, collecting b-roll and, ultimately, producing video stories. The completed stor...

Could you use a little help?

Could you use a little help?

August 19, 2017

AIPA Mentoring Teachers in their first or second year of advising: AIPA currently sponsors two JEA mentors,  specifically trained by the Journalism Education Association (JEA) to mentor new teachers. Mentoring support is free for two years, and it is non-evaluative with no assignments. The only requ...

SPLC: Protections inconsistent for student journalists

Brophy journalism advisor Mica Mulloy instructs his students in a lesson in early 2014.

Dani Kass, SPLC

December 17, 2014

Anonymous sources often play a crucial role in the hardest-hitting journalism. But in stories where they are used, student reporters must first consider ethics, laws and institutional policies.

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