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January 29, 2015

Bob Davis: Students' first-hand view of our community

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Posted: Sunday, July 27, 2014 3:15 am

The Star’s newsroom will be a little quieter on Monday. The energy level will drop in a way that everyone will feel. Savvy readers will notice that bylines that have become familiar over the past three months will slowly disappear.

The Star’s latest crop of graduate students wrapped up their yearlong program last week. Come Saturday, they will don caps and gowns and lay their hands on the prize they have been working toward for the past 12 months — a master’s degree in community journalism. It will mark a milestone for the program. We will have produced 54 graduates.

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