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. 

Idaho winning Ad


To better understand how a creative process might help to solve business problems students work on strategies for media campaigns

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Gophers basketball by Ethan Fine


Students in Hubbard School photojournalism classes dive in to learn everything from concept and theory to the minute details of using a camera. (Photo by Ethan Fine.)

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Community Journalism Class

The mission of Jour 4175: Brovald-Sim Community Journalism Practicum is to cover a hidden campus community every Spring semester. Communities have included the disabled community, nontraditional students, and the First Gen community (Spring 2024). 

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Reporting Experience

Hubbard Reporting Experience

Journalism students participate in an immersive, full-time, hands-on opportunity to cover the news as it’s done in professional newsrooms, with professional coaching at every step of the process. The 10-day program takes place during August in Murphy Hall with Hubbard School instructors.

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Magazine Writing

Students get the chance to create online magazines for target audiences, pitching and writing their own stories and designing layouts. 

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Broadcast class

Broadcast & Digital

Students have access to a broadcast and podcast studio, helping them create video and audio storytelling. 

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Report for Minnesota

The Hubbard School supports several student internships at local newspapers in Greater Minnesota. The program combines our students' need for experience with the great opportunities available in local newspapers where help is much needed.

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