Media School students conducted 15 interviews with 33 different local participants over 3 days. They were asked to select short clips from each of their interviews and pair it with visual material they gathered throughout the week.Read More
Students from The Media School at Indiana University began a week of service learning with a story exchange using the methodology developed by Narrative 4, a nonprofit dedicated to "building a community of empathetic global citizens who improve the world through the exchange of personal narratives."
Stories from Caribe Sur is a project produced collaboratively by the Rich Coast Project, members of the communities of southern Caribbean Costa Rica, and students from The Media School at Indiana University. The first chapter Sur includes six podcasts that were co-produced by student volunteers from the Indiana University Media School, local story facilitators from Talamanca, and members of the Rich Coast Project staff.Read More
The South Caribe Roots Archive will soon welcome a new form of documentation to its collections: podcasts.Read More
By Tori Ziege
"This is what journalism is all about: bridging race, class, age and ethnicity to tell true stories, connecting people across borders and most importantly—across the bubbles that limit our everyday conversation."Read More
The Rich Coast Project's upcoming trip with students from the Indiana university media school was featured in last Wednesday's Indiana Daily Student.Read More
In November 2016 a group of Indiana University students will travel to Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica, to spend a working with the communities of the south Caribbean in developing content for the South Caribe Roots Archive.Read More