If you haven't by now, you need to check out the MSU Dairy Store before leaving campus this afternoon. It'll make you never want to go to Baskin Robbins again. It's a dairy lover's paradise! Ice cream, shakes, floats, cheese...you name it, it's there. The smell of right-of-the stove waffles being turned into cones hits you right when you walk through the door. The Dairy Store … [Read more...] about I scream, you scream, MIPA screams for ice cream!
The MIPA camp is one of the most fun, unique, and educational camps I’ve ever been to. Everything is planned out and organized so well, you can’t help but think, “wow how do they do all this?” There’s actually so much preparation and thought that goes into making this camp run smoothly and efficiently. It’s honestly amazing how put together and organized this camp is. From … [Read more...] about Behind the Scenes at MIPA-Palooza
http://youtu.be/8ex0Xh19PQk Cammie Hall talks about the expectations and focus of the 'Writing and Designing the news' class. … [Read more...] about Cammie Hall discusses upcoming projects in her MIPA Writing & Designing the News class
Jeremy Whiting, Executive Producer for the Michigan Interscholastic Press Association’s (MIPA) 2014 summer workshop, can be seen running around campus, interviewing students from various class to compile a promotional video for next year’s camp. Whiting has had a strong love for journalism since high school where he took newspaper with Kirk Weber at Lake Orion High School. … [Read more...] about Jeremy Whiting goes behind the scenes
The 2014 Michigan Interscholastic Press Association (MIPA) Summer Workshop has brought high school journalists from all across the Great lakes region to Michigan State University. For five days, students fully immersed themselves in their own passions, ranging from photography to graphic design to opinion writing. Inspired by the '50 people 1 question' style, MIPA students … [Read more...] about Students of MIPA Respond to the Question ‘Why Journalism?’