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Conference took place at the Cronkite School of Journalism at the downtown campus...Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, Avondale Mayor Marie Lopez Rogers and Phoenix Police spokesman Tommy Thompson...Nicole Nuvamsa, a junior print journalism student at Hopi High,
So when he heard students in the Hopi High School journalism and radio program were raising money to attend the National Journalism Education Association Conference in San Francisco in April, he offered to donate an upcoming performance to the
Michaels to close out regular season Stan Bindell The Observer Allen Joshevama poured in 19 points as Hopi High came from behind to beat Greyhills 50-37 in boys high school basketball action Jan 24...Stephen Tootsie fired in 16 points, Blake
Ariz. -Hopi High School media students shadowed Northern Arizona University (NAU) TV Broadcast students during a broadcast Nov. 29. Hopi High journalism students Randi Lomayestewa and Jennifer Lomayaktewa had a chance to act as anchorwomen during a
Ariz.- Bobcat Jack introduced Hopi High School students to the blues last month, and they loved it. Bobcat is ahead of the rest of the state and most of the country in reintroducing the blues to high school students. A recent Phoenix Blues Society
Mark Trombino, national motivational speaker and anti-bullying expert, captivated students at Hopi High School during a presentation Oct. 3, using humor to get his points across...Trombino's dwarfism has required him to go through 18 surgeries. His
The entries were from last school year, but were announced in late September. Stan Bindell, media advisor for Hopi High School, said he was proud of each of the award-winning students. "It's great for the program and for our students," he said.
Three PBS officials led a two day video workshop at Hopi High School as they gave students pointers on news videotaping and editing. Hopi High School was selected as one of 37 schools in the nation, and the only one in Arizona, as a Student Lab
Hopi High School girls cross country took first place and Tuba City won the boys race in the annual Hopi High Invite. Hopi High won the girls race with 57 points, Northland Prep from Flagstaff snagged second with 81 points, Ganado took third with 122
Hopi High School is using the Josten's Renaissance Program (JRP) to improve academics. James Olsen, director of the JRP at Hopi High, said JRP will encourage students to achieve academic excellence through incentives for good grades and behavior. "