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Studio One students on a Fargo business day tour at Discovery Benefits.

“Write, write, write, write, write!” is the advice Studio One alumna Laura McCallum would give to any up and coming journalist. Laura is the deputy news director at Minnesota Public Radio News and has been there for 23 years.

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This school year, the UND Television Center has team of multimedia interns who create web-ready videos designed to promote UND. Their stories will be used as content for the UND News Center and social media sites. They will also create videos designed to recruit and market for UND. These students will build on the Television Center’s strong storytelling tradition. Their work lays the foundation for an internship aimed at training digital storytellers whose work can be seen on multiple platforms.
Internship positions for fall semester are filled, but you can apply for a spring semester internship soon. Student internships are non-paid, but you can receive academic credit or work as a volunteer.

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Choosing Old Fashioned Over Technology

Jacob Notermann reporting

On campuses all across America, college students are preparing for final exams. Many are referring to old tricks on how to prepare for this stressful time.


Caring for the Chickens on the Prairie

Jake Larson reporting

Spring is a time of renewal. The grass turns green again and some animals migrate back for the summer. One man helps a particular bird feel at home.


Students Learn About Water Conservation

Avery Robb reporting

With the simple turn of a knob, fresh water can easily be available. What many don't realize is the true importance H2O has.


Lions, Tigers, and Hedgehogs. Oh my!

Kari Strandberg anchoring

Although Erica Prokrym was an English major in college, she found herself working at a zoo. She is the Education Director at the Red River Zoo in Fargo, North Dakota. Today, she's brought two animals, a hedgehog and a ball python..



Keep Your Trees Healthy this Summer

Lydia Blume reporting

Mike Fugazzi and the Grand Forks Forestry Department are ready to get their hands dirty. “So generally for the month of May we’re planting trees, and we’ll probably... In an average year we plant about 6 to 700 trees,” said Fugazzi, Forestry Manager.


E-news stories

If you know Matt Grounds, you know somebody who will do anything to make a group of people laugh. He’s the guy with the most intriguing stories, the funniest one-liners, and the ability to make any stranger appreciate him in a matter of minutes. I was fortunate enough to meet Matt one of the first weekends of my freshman year.

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Catch up on the latest news with Kari Strandberg, Avery Robb, and Kaela Lucke. This week features Erica Prokrym, bringing a hedgehog and ball python from the Red River Zoo, the importance of water conservation, and how a wildlife biologist is helping prairie chickens.




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