Undergraduate

Student Work

Through hands-on classes, Hubbard School students have a chance to discover their voice, hone their craft and create excellent work. Our students tell stories through video, audio, newswriting, magazine writing, data journalism and more. 

Students Tell COVID-19 Stories

During the Spring 2020 semester, students had to adapt to distance learning. Many students chose to use class assignments to tell stories about the pandemic. 

See their work

Charnley Project Course

The Mitchell V. Charnley Alumni Professorship in Journalism provides students in the Hubbard School with a chance to be partnered with faculty in a real-world situation that breaks away from a lecture-based class and instead offers an in-depth, hands-on experience. 

Charnley Student Work

Community Journalism Class Covers Nontraditional Students

Covering a hidden campus community – the mission of Jour 4175: Brovald-Sim Community Journalism Practicum – isn’t easy under normal circumstances. When everyone on campus disappears because of a pandemic, the task becomes a true test of creativity, endurance and, of course, technology. AccessU: Nontraditional Paths carried on through the Spring 2020 campus shutdown, despite students being shuttered in their apartments or sent home to nearby states halfway through the semester.

Read Stories from the Community Journalism Class

Magazine Editing & Production

Every spring semester, Hubbard School students have a chance to create a magazine from start to finish. 

2020 Student Magazine