A print journalist by trade, I wanted to try broadcast at cherubs, but didn’t know where to start. The Medill program lets us learn from mistakes.
The first week of classes lays the groundwork for writing and reporting at cherubs.
Listen to cherubs share their experiences with the personal narrative club.
Four Medill cherub instructors say this program launched their journalism journeys.
The cherub program is chock-full of note-worthy lectures. Students reflected on which form of note-taking works best for them.
Cherubs try their hands at writing, filming and photographing every weekend.
Cherubs search for sources, approaching strangers all over the internet and around Evanston.
The community and academic associates shared their experiences as virtual cherubs with the 2023 students.
Cherubs explored topics ranging from video critique to profile writing in chosen workshops, gaining valuable insights and skills.
Cherubs learn more about their journalistic interests by listening to guest speakers.
The 2023 international cherubs come from six countries, and reflect on their academic experience at Medill.
Instructor conferences provide each cherub a space to improve their journalistic skills.
There are no grades in the Medill cherubs program, but there are still plenty of deadlines for applicants to meet.
Cherubs tackle street interviews and practice establishing trust with their sources
Ready, set, action: Movies introduce new aspects of journalism to cherubs.
During ethics sessions, Cherubs pondered realistic moral dilemmas.
All-nighters, challenging interviews — listen to what cherubs went through to meet the deadline.