The online student newspaper of Vandegrift High School

Vandegrift Voice

The online student newspaper of Vandegrift High School

Vandegrift Voice

The online student newspaper of Vandegrift High School

Vandegrift Voice

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Join The Voice or The Veteran: Student-run publications looking for content creators

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Maya Bustami
The Veteran yearbook senior editor-in-chief Alyssa Hoy writes a pass for a student to interview for her theme pages. Hoy developed this year’s theme over the summer at a workshop along with seniors Kylie Pucong and Fabiana Santucci.

The student newspaper The Voice is “hiring” for next year and needs writers, reporters, photographers, videographers, graphic artists, cartoonists, and social media producers. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors can apply here. Freshman should take Principles of Journalism first – a recommended course prior to joining the staff. The class runs like an internship with student editors dictating policy, procedures, and content. Feel free to contact any of them on our About page with the Staff Profiles.

While at UT over the summer, junior Aisha Rashid reads the editorial policies developed at camp before the 2023-2024 school year for The Voice student newspaper. (ILPC Workshop)

The Veteran yearbook staff is also looking for students interested in documenting the year through photography, design, interviewing, and writing copy. Some students take both courses and create content that can be used in both publications. The publications cover student life in academics, clubs, sports, and outside of school activities.

These publications compete in ILPC, journalism’s UIL for the state of Texas, as well as national competitions through the NSPA and CSPA. Students submit individual pieces of work as well as the entire publication as a whole for judging and feedback.

College applications appreciate the leadership positions on publications such as editors or team leads. Multiple years on staff provide these opportunities to students to grow into leadership roles created by their peers.

Both outlets are advised by Jessica Stamp.

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