Graphic by Dave Porreca

This collage displays just a few of the 126 Illinois student publications and media sites that you’ll find in IJEA’s new gallery of links. Top row from left: University of Chicago Laboratory High School’s U-High Midway; Antioch High’s Sequoit Media; Minooka High’s Peace Pipe Chatter; Taft High’s Taft Today. Bottom row from left: Fremd High’s Viking Logue; Oswego East High’s The Edge; Deerfield High’s DHS Media; Glenbard North High’s North Current.

Visit our new gallery of Illinois student publications!

With links to more than 120 high school publications from around the state, our gallery is the go-to place to see the work of Illinois student journalists. Is your publication not in the gallery? Send us your links — we want to include you!

May 22, 2015

CHARLESTON — Introducing IJEA’s new gallery of Illinois student publication links: more than 120 strong and still growing!

Click here to visit the gallery page.

Whether you’re an adviser or a student, the gallery can serve as a valuable resource for generating ideas and for seeing where your publication stands in comparison with your peers around the state.

It’s also a showcase for the excellent work that you and your fellow student journalists and advisers do every day.

The gallery is easy to find on our website.

Just look under “Resources” on the front-page menu bar and click “Illinois Student Publication Links.”

If your publication is missing from the gallery and you’d like us to add it, please email your web address to IJEA board member Amanda Bright ([email protected]) or to website manager and former IJEA president Dave Porreca ([email protected]).

The vast majority of publications that we’ve linked to are online news sites. If you’re a yearbook adviser and your staff has its own site or social media account, let us know! We want to be as inclusive as possible. And that means broadcasters, too. Send us those links!

If your publication is print only, we’ll publish a link to your PDF archives or to any other digital publishing platform that’s housing your print issues online, such as ISSUU.

In short, we want to include as many publications in our gallery as possible.

We believe the work of student journalists at any school deserves a wide audience. Contact us and share those links!

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