Telling stories that matter

In the interdisciplinary Reporting & Documentary Storytelling Minor, students study the practice and theory of telling socially and culturally engaged stories in print journalism and nonfiction writing, video, image, audio, and mixed media formats. Students in the minor also explore ideas, issues, problems, and theories related to media, journalism, and nonfiction storytelling, developing vital skills in media literacy, critical thinking, ethical awareness, creativity, and problem solving.


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Mudseason Podcast:

Mudseason covers issues and stories about the state of Vermont, or produced by scholars based in Vermont. Episodes are created and produced by a group of student interns, so you'll hear a new voice each time.

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Media Platforms:

You can follow us on Instagram @reportinguvm for stories from the program or on Instagram @CRVT for more student work. Our work can also be found on on the Center for Research on Vermont Facebook page.

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Student-Produced Video Stories