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Students gain confidence, experience, voice through press club

by (Vossj)

Submitted 02-18-2013 under NONPROFITS

On Thursday, May 5, 2011, the first article written by a member of the Andy Angelo Press Club went live on The Rapidian's GAAH Bureau webpage. Since its launch, the Press Club has dramatically grown from six elementary and middle...

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Youth reporters rename Press Club to honor Andy Angelo

by (GAAH)

Submitted 12-17-2012 under NONPROFITS

Regular readers of The Rapidian have seen a number of postings from the GAAH Press Club in recent years. The GAAH Press Club was recently renamed the Andy Angelo Press Club in honor of our dear friend and longtime board member who passed away on...

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What the Truck supports local youth programs

by (Steff)

Submitted 09-07-2012 under LOCAL LIFE

“Tacos!” “Chinese food!” “Ice cream!” The lunch menu suggestions from students at the Cook Arts Center’s summer program were not surprising: when you ask kids what they want to eat responses like these are...

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Cook Arts Center hosts student exhibit of artwork centered on immigration, injustice

by (GAAH)

Submitted 05-30-2012 under NONPROFITS

Almost three months ago, teacher Alex Escamilla's 8th grade journalism students sat in the art studio at the Cook Arts Center, waiting to be introduced to local artist Reyna Garcia. Some of them chatted while others goofed off, and a few waited...

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Join GAAH in Supporting The Rapidian

by (GAAH)

Submitted 04-28-2012 under NONPROFITS

As a neighborhood news bureau, Grandville Avenue Arts & Humanities has had the opportunity to build a very special relationship with The Rapidian. Not only do our neighborhood residents have full access to this powerful platform, but as an...

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Students use art and journalism to share thoughts on immigration

by (Steff)

Submitted 02-23-2012 under LOCAL LIFE

Leer este artículo en español | Read this article in Spanish “Will this project help my brother come back to us after being deported?” This question was asked by an 8th grade student [whose identity has been removed to protect her family...

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