Monday, January 9, 2012

Gabby Comes Home: Students Cover Weekend Events

Posted By on Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 12:51 PM

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As it was in Jan. 2010 and 2008 before that, The New York Times Student Journalism Institute is back in Tucson. This time, five journalism students fro the University of Arizona are part of the program, joining 18 other students to provide a very talented and strong newsroom.

This year's group boasts a talented group of four photojournalists, including Josh Morgan, a former Tucson Weekly intern and now contributor. The photographers, under the mentoring of New York Times staffer Jose R. Lopez, who serves as the director of photography for the program, photographed the many events of the Jan. 8 Shootings anniversary weekend.

Visit and follow the students' work at the Institute website for the span of the weekend's events and other news in Tucson.

John de Dios, a regular Range contributor, serves on the Institute Faculty.

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