The J304 enterprise stories

Bellingham, WA -- More than half of the students enrolled in Western Washington University's news reporting class for fall quarter 1998 turned in well-researched and well-written enterprise stories for their final assignment in the class.

The enterprise story allows students to develop their own story ideas and to get out in the real world. Their ideas ranged from a look at the bus fare increase in Whatcom County to the challenges facing supporters of medicinal marijuana in Washington.

"Take a look and see what fine work they did," said journalism professor Kathy Sheehan.

The stories will be posted as time allows during the winter quarter. Stories that have an asterisk (*) next to the author's name have been posted.

Thanks to Katy Calbreath who translated the various word-processing files into html and who conducted some fine research to find links for the stories.

View other stories by the WWU Reporting class | Go back to The Sheehan World

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