Material for teaching and learning about Mary Beth Tinker

Tom McHale

September 8, 2015

Mary Beth Tinker was a thirteen-year-old middle school student when she knowingly broke school rules to express her opposition to the Vietnam War. Her actions and fight for her right to express herself would eventually be heard...

Fall Press Day is October 26

Tom McHale

September 8, 2015

Time to start planning for the GSSPA's largest conference of the year. We are excited to have Mary Beth Tinker as our keynote speaker this year! The registration deadline is October 20. For a brochure with a registration form...

Fall Student Press Day is October 27

Tom McHale

August 25, 2014

Time to start planning for the GSSPA's largest conference of the year. Mary Beth Tinker will be this year's keynote speaker! We anticipate that the conference will fill up fast, so please register soon. The registration deadline...

Register Now for the Spring Adviser’s Conference

Tom McHale

January 25, 2014

Click here for the registration form and send it in by April 24th. The Spring Adviser's Conference will be held on Friday, May 2....

Fall Press Day Booklet and Grid

Tom McHale

October 26, 2013

Plan your day with this booklet and grid of Fall Press Day workshops, contests, critiques and awards. They contain everything you need to know about GSSPA's 34th annual conference....

Spring Advisers Conference on May 3

Tom McHale

January 10, 2013

Make plans to attend our spring conference for advisers at Rutgers University. Don't miss this chance to take workshops presenting information and best practices from student media advisers from around the state. Click here for a registration form. Please fill it out and mail it in by April 25th....

Fall Press Day hosts 750 young journalists

Andi Mulshine

January 4, 2013

Fall Press Day at Rutgers University was held on Dec. 17 and featured Martin Gottlieb, editor of The Record, who spoke to newspaper staff members, and Kathleen D. Zwiebel, a national teacher of the year who has advised three nationally...

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