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In the spirit of the Out of Eden Walk, students from the University of Richmond set out this spring to report on their adopted city using the techniques of slow journalism. Then in early March, the outbreak of coronavirus forced them to return to their homes, where they wound up reporting on the pandemic's impact on their hometowns, their neighborhoods, and their lives. Their storytelling projects are presented below.
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Santa Rosa, California

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Winnetka, Illinois

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Sarasota, Florida

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Plymouth, Michigan

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Yorktown, Virginia

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Baltimore, Maryland

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Hershey, Pennsylvania

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Annapolis, Maryland

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Chappaqua, New York

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Upstate, New York

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walk, report, share.

Student reporting at the University of Richmond
Slow Journalism

Our class, like the Out of Eden Walk, is designed to explore the creative frontiers of Slow Journalism, a movement away from the super-fast, superficial coverage that dominates modern news media, and towards a more in-depth, deliberate, mindful approach to narrative storytelling using the latest tools of digital technology.

Field Dispatches

Student reporting from the streets and riverbanks of Richmond, Virginia.
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