A group of University of Regina Journalism students visited Milestone on Oct. 17 to research and write stories, interview residents and take pictures as an assignment for their Journalism 300 class.
Organizing field trips to southern Saskatchewan communities is part of an annual tradition for the JRN 300 class, which recently wrote stories for publishing in independent, U of R-produced magazines about Kronau, Raymore and Cowessess First Nation. The best way to write about people and a community is to be there, research, observe and ask questions.
The magazines are scheduled to be printed and available for distribution but are currently available online – Milestone Archives – (urjschool.ca)
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