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  • WJI Alumni Article: Sophia Lee

    Mar 16, 2018

    The following two articles are written by WJI alum Sophia Lee who now writes for WORLD Magazine.  https://world.wng.org/2018/03/hoping_for_rehab Read an article about when someone relapses into addiction by a WJI alum.  This second article is a follow-up article about the same person.  https://world.wng.org/2018/03/how_450_revealed_god_s_heart   more >

  • WJI Flashback blog day 9 part 2

    Mar 14, 2018

    Anna Smith Covenant College  We are entering week two of WJI. Somehow it feels like we’ve always been here at Dordt, hearing the clock tower’s bells and sniffing the faint scent of cow manure in the air. And after going to the Orange City Tulip Festival on Saturday, I’m wishing that I were Dutch. Dordt and Sioux Center have grown on me. Prof. Volkers gave u... more >

  • WJI Flashback Blog day 9 part one

    Mar 7, 2018

    Jordyn Pair Hillsdale College  This blog post was originally going to talk about the power of video, since video is what we talked about today. I was going to string poetic phrases together and try to capture how I think audio and visuals can sometimes be more impactful than words, how they add another dimension to a story. Then I opened up Twitter. Then I saw news of Ma... more >

  • WJI Alumni Article: Emily Belz

    Mar 6, 2018

    A visit to the National Portrait Gallery In Washington, crowds swarmed former President Barack Obama’s new portrait on Presidents Day weekend The new official portraits of former President Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama found a home in the National Portrait Gallery just in time for Presidents Day. The normally quiet gallery—a Smithsonian building vi... more >

  • WJi 2017 Alumni Published Articles

    Mar 5, 2018

    http://worldji.com/photo_galleries/view/26   The WJI class of 2017 wrote articles for the NW Iowa Review that were later published. Click the link to read the articles. more >

  • WJI Alumnus Testimony- Onize Ohikere

    Feb 24, 2018

    The following is a testimony from WJI Alumnus Onize Ohikere. WJI’s two week summer course sparked my deeper appreciation for journalism. I listened to first-hand accounts from journalists who worked from Sudan to Washington D.C. I interacted with students from different universities and backgrounds, and we shared ideas and goals. As I now work on some magazine stories for WORL... more >

  • WJI Press Release

    Feb 23, 2018

    The following is a press release written by WJI's host school about the camp coming back.  WORLD JOURNALISM INSTITUTE: BACK AT DORDT DORDT COLLEGE TO HOST WORLD JOURNALISM INSTITUTE SUMMER COURSE The mission of the World Journalism Institute is to recruit, equip, place and encourage journalists who are Christians. Students will learn to think throug... more >

  • WJI Alumnus testimony, Evan Wilt

    Feb 22, 2018

    WJI meant the instruction and direction I needed to commit to a career in journalism. Reporting is hard. And it’s even harder to learn how to do it well by sitting in a classroom. WJI gave me the opportunity to practice journalism with seasoned professionals and build a firm foundation through hands-on experience — not just reading from a textbook.   Also her... more >

  • Flashback Blog day 8

    Feb 20, 2018

    Lauren Leising University of Georgia  Sunday brings with it a chance to pause and take a deep breath. To be still. For me, Sundays are when I reflect on the week and allow myself a much needed rest. Today, going to worship and then exploring Sioux Falls, South Dakota provided that space to process and store up all we have learned. Having time to walk around the bea... more >

  • Alumni Article: Jamie Dean

    Feb 19, 2018

    The following article was written by Jamie Dean a WJI alumnus who now writes for WORLD magazine. The article is about what the church should consider when accusations happen within the church. Learn more about how WJI can impact your career as a journalist at worldji.com.   https://world.wng.org/2018/01/a_painful_process more >