2014 cherubs predict where their career paths will lead in 20 years.
A cherub does a live shot of a live shot and conquers her fears.
One student shares how she learned to use various tools to enhance her school newspaper’s website.
A mistaken impression, some inspiring lectures and encouraging words turn things around.
A former cherub shares her experience and gives a current cherub hope about the future of journalism.
Fireworks and a fantastic story cap off a cherub’s Fourth of July.
All lessons lead to a challenging final assignment meant for publication.
Cherubs get acquainted even before setting foot in Fisk.
Plans to study for the SAT were derailed by the opportunity to learn larger lessons.
A new hair color brought out one student’s real personality.
Away from home for the first time, a cherub discovers new friends make her homesickness disappear.
Sometimes, all it takes is a knock to open a doorway to new friendships and confidence.
Training for a fall sport while at cherubs takes commitment (and an alarm clock).
Caffeine can keep cherubs running so they don’t miss a minute of fun or lessons.
A writer tries a live shot for the first time — and lives to write about it.
A cherub opens the door of her single room and finds welcome company waiting for her.
Get ready for the best five weeks of your life. Only in Evanston, Illinois. Summer 2015.
Cherubs that arrive with classmates preserve their friendships while forging new connections.
A cherub examines the perks and pains of staying so close to home.
Hear how cherubs put an accent on regional speech in a podcast.