2005

Porn Sites by Minors, Featuring Themselves

Written by Kendra Hurleyon December 19, 2005

What We Can Teach “We Media”

Written by Kendra Hurleyon December 19, 2005

Raising the Bar

Written by Kendra Hurleyon December 15, 2005

Can 250 Video Cameras Bridge the Israeli-Palestinian Divide?

Written by Kendra Hurleyon December 12, 2005

On the Defense

Written by Kendra Hurleyon December 9, 2005

Psychologists, Mental Health, and Youth Development

Written by Andrew Hahnon December 7, 2005

“A Terrible Lesson in Civics”

Written by Kendra Hurleyon December 5, 2005

College Newspapers Hit the Big Time

Written by Kendra Hurleyon December 2, 2005

Coffee, Colleagues, and Collaborative Learning

Written by Kendra Hurleyon November 30, 2005

Donor Power Activate!

Written by Kendra Hurleyon November 28, 2005

Teens Click with the Web

Written by Kendra Hurleyon November 21, 2005

Girl Made, Girl Approved

Written by Kendra Hurleyon November 18, 2005

Cultivating a Field

Written by Steven Goodmanon November 16, 2005

Understanding Class in the Classroom

Written by Kendra Hurleyon November 14, 2005

Money Matters

Written by Kendra Hurleyon November 11, 2005

Pulling the Plug?

Written by Kendra Hurleyon November 9, 2005

Life During Wartime

Written by Kendra Hurleyon November 4, 2005

How to Support a Young Person in Grief

Written by Kendra Hurleyon November 2, 2005

Greater Sustainability, Less Fuzzy Thinking

Written by Kendra Hurleyon October 31, 2005

Censoring or Protecting?

Written by Kendra Hurleyon October 28, 2005

Props to Youth Pages

Written by Kendra Hurleyon October 26, 2005

Blogging Live, from School

Written by Kendra Hurleyon October 24, 2005

Laura Bush’s Youth Work Tour

Written by Ted Gest Jennifer Moore and Patrick Boyleon October 20, 2005

Writing to Rebuild

Written by Kendra Hurleyon October 18, 2005

Computers in the Classroom: The Dark Side

Written by Kendra Hurleyon October 17, 2005

Opening the Mic

Written by Kendra Hurleyon October 12, 2005

What’s in a Word?

Written by Kendra Hurleyon October 11, 2005

Report Back on Youth Media Reporter

Written by Kendra Hurleyon October 4, 2005

Too Cool for School

Written by Kendra Hurleyon October 3, 2005

Circus Management for Dummies

Written by Kendra Hurleyon October 3, 2005

A Skeptic’s Take on Youthful Idealism

Written by Kendra Hurleyon September 28, 2005

Eyes of the Hurricane

Written by Kendra Hurleyon September 26, 2005

On the Scene

Written by Kendra Hurleyon September 26, 2005

Extra, Extra, Read Nothing About It

Written by Kendra Hurleyon September 23, 2005

Still Separate, Still Unequal

Written by Kendra Hurleyon September 21, 2005

Time to Reflect

Written by Kendra Hurleyon September 19, 2005

The Stories Behind the Storm

Written by Kendra Hurleyon September 16, 2005

The Great Leap Forward

Written by Kendra Hurleyon September 13, 2005

Voices from New Orleans

Written by Kendra Hurleyon September 12, 2005

Living to Tell

Written by Kendra Hurleyon September 9, 2005

Social Work 101

Written by Kendra Hurleyon September 6, 2005

Rating Reading

Written by Kendra Hurleyon September 2, 2005

Camera Phone Cooks Up Scandal

Written by Kendra Hurleyon August 31, 2005

Mentoring with a Twist

Written by Kendra Hurleyon August 29, 2005

Your Mom’s a Cutting-Edge Journalist

Written by Kendra Hurleyon August 26, 2005

Speaking of the Future Establishment

Written by Kristina Rizgaon August 24, 2005

An “Army of One” Revisited

Written by Kendra Hurleyon August 22, 2005

Can’t We All Just Get Along and Save the World?

Written by Kendra Hurleyon August 17, 2005

The New Teen Literati

Written by Kendra Hurleyon August 15, 2005

The Antidote to Fundraising?

Written by Anastasia Goodsteinon August 12, 2005

Mentoring Matters

Written by Kendra Hurleyon August 10, 2005

The Revolution Will Be Digitized

Written by Kendra Hurleyon August 8, 2005

What’s on Your Bookshelf?

Written by Kendra Hurleyon August 5, 2005

Palestinians With Attitude

Written by Kendra Hurleyon August 3, 2005

The Teen Digital Divide

Written by Kendra Hurleyon August 1, 2005

Critical Thinking in a Hip-Hop World

Written by Kendra Hurleyon July 27, 2005

Footing the Bill for Media Reform

Written by Kendra Hurleyon July 25, 2005

Help Build the Field in 10 Minutes or Less

Written by Kendra Hurleyon July 20, 2005

In China, the Kids Are All Right

Written by Kendra Hurleyon July 18, 2005

For Better and Worse, Media Matters

Written by Kendra Hurleyon July 15, 2005

Life As a “Digital Native”

Written by Kendra Hurleyon July 13, 2005

What They’re Thinking

Written by Kendra Hurleyon July 7, 2005

Reaching Out (and Out and Out)

Written by Kendra Hurleyon July 6, 2005

Courts Give Ammo to Censors

Written by Kendra Hurleyon July 5, 2005

Counterpoint: On Media Partnerships

Written by Kendra Hurleyon July 1, 2005

Two Sides of the Same, Shiny Coin

Written by Kendra Hurleyon June 29, 2005

Grading the News

Written by Kendra Hurleyon June 27, 2005

Clamping Down on the Kids

Written by Kendra Hurleyon June 24, 2005

When a Reporter Calls

Written by Kendra Hurleyon June 22, 2005

Helping Others Helps Rock the Vote

Written by Kendra Hurleyon June 20, 2005

Stay on Your Game

Written by Kendra Hurleyon June 17, 2005

A Tale of Two Magazines

Written by Kendra Hurleyon June 14, 2005

Taking Back Public Broadcasting

Written by Bill Moyerson June 13, 2005

Worth at Least a Thousand Words

Written by Kendra Hurleyon June 10, 2005

Courting the “Other” Media

Written by Kendra Hurleyon June 8, 2005

Learning the Easy Way

Written by Kendra Hurleyon June 6, 2005

High Schools Stop the Presses

Written by Kendra Hurleyon June 3, 2005

Can Teens Save the Newspaper Business?

Written by Kendra Hurleyon June 1, 2005

Stationed for Peace

Written by Kendra Hurleyon May 31, 2005

Revenge of the Drama Club

Written by Kendra Hurleyon May 27, 2005

An Army of One

Written by Kendra Hurleyon May 25, 2005

What’s on Your Bookshelf?

Written by Kendra Hurleyon May 23, 2005

Flipping the Script

Written by Nora McCarthyon May 18, 2005

A Newspaper Where Kids Make the Call

Written by Kendra Hurleyon May 17, 2005

A Youth Media Clearinghouse

Written by Kendra Hurleyon May 16, 2005

What Teens Say Online May Haunt Them Later

Written by Kendra Hurleyon May 10, 2005

Fourth Grader Scores Britney Spears Exclusive

Written by Kendra Hurleyon May 9, 2005

Food for “Yoof” Advocates

Written by Kendra Hurleyon May 4, 2005

Prime Time

Written by Kendra Hurleyon May 2, 2005

A Discussion Thread of Our Own

Written by Kendra Hurleyon May 2, 2005

The Power of Peer Pressure

Written by Kendra Hurleyon March 21, 2005

War on Teens

Written by Kendra Hurleyon March 21, 2005

Dear New York Times…

Written by Kendra Hurleyon March 18, 2005

Do You Really Want to Be the Talk of the Town?

Written by Kendra Hurleyon March 17, 2005

Youth Media in the Media

Written by Kendra Hurleyon March 15, 2005

Contact Us

Written by Kendra Hurleyon March 14, 2005

What are you looking for?

Written by Youth Media Reporteron March 10, 2005

Bringing in the Bling

Written by Rebecca Staedon March 10, 2005

Conventions Made Unconventional

Written by Kendra Hurleyon March 5, 2005

Do You Have Time for Kids’ Issues?

Written by Kendra Hurleyon March 5, 2005

Smart Money: Who Funded Youth Media Election Coverage?

Written by Kendra Hurleyon March 3, 2005

Youth Media Reporter Syndication

Written by Kendra Hurleyon March 1, 2005

Write for Youth Media Reporter

Written by Ingrid Hu Dahlon March 1, 2005

Introducing Youth Media Reporter

Written by Kendra Hurleyon March 1, 2005