This interactive timeline shows the program's history and notable alumni.
Here is an inside look at the journal of Russell Kohr, a cherub in 1937.
Here is a word about impact to prospective students.
Past journalism cherubs share how the program shaped their paths.
Medill provides financial support for students in order to help them attend the program.
Cherub alumi talk about their lives after their five weeks at Medill.
Students can learn about journalism and their instructors through their pens.
Students explore their passions in workshops about food, fashion and sports.
Take an exclusive look at how cherubs learn outside the classroom.
Every notebook tells a story about its cherub.
A trio of journalists give cherubs sports-reporting advice.
Instructors ensure students can bring skills back home.
Cherubs learn how to write in-depth articles.
Here is a way to become familiarized with Associated Press style.
Cherubs travel to Chicago to meet professional journalists.
On Sundays, cherubs explored writing, video and coding.
Cherubs explore the tools reshaping journalism.
Cherubs describe their first on-camera broadcast experiences.
Although cherubs are too young too vote, they’re old enough to report.
Here is a look into how cherubs produced a website in a matter of days.
Students take a stab at writing about food.
Journalism professionals discuss topics and specialities.
History lives when its witnesses describe it.
Reporting and Editing
Cherubs face challenging interviews through emails, over the phone and in person.
Take a look at this year’s cherub records.
Seven international cherubs experience their first Fourth of July.
Cherubs experience what it’s like to have a story published in local media.
Follow a story as it goes from its first to final draft.
Watch the funniest moments of the live shot broadcast exercise.
Through the “Anatomy of an Edit” class, cherubs refine their editing skills.