BY SABRINA HORNUNG - HPR EDITOR IN CHIEF It’s been about a week since we returned from Norway. The experience itself was life changing. While Raul and I were there for ten days, the students had a month to immerse themselves in the culture of Oslo and dig their fingers deep into the underground dirt … Continue reading WE’RE NOT SO DIFFERENT YOU AND I
I am back in Oslo after living and working here for a month last summer. Nearly two full weeks passed this year before I noticed that I was going places without a map, getting on and off of metros without paying much attention to the signs indicating the upcoming stops. I pretty much knew where … Continue reading BACK IN OSLO
BY SABRINA HORNUNG - HPR EDITOR IN CHIEF It’s time to let the cat out of the bag. We will be working with ieiMedia, Valley City State University journalism instructor Steve Listopad and eight journalism students from across the nation and Canada. They have been overseas since the end of May. Their intent is to … Continue reading HPR SKIPS ACROSS THE POND FOR OUR FIRST INTERNATIONAL ISSUE
Oslo, Norway and the strangely unfamiliar Since June 22, five student reporters have been publishing from the field on music, entertainment, and culture and all things Norwegian. Last year, HPR, my former collegiate reporting stomping grounds, joined forces with my journalism study abroad program (www.ieiMedia.com/oslo) to offer students a chance to publish and readers a … Continue reading GUEST EDITORIAL: OSLO MUSIC, SQUATTING, STREET ART, CRIME, AND ALTERNATIVE LIFESTYLES.
I grew up in Northern Minnesota. We had permafrost and engine block warmers. I thought everyone wore two pairs of pants and three shirts to school in February until I moved to California in the fifth grade. Norwegians understand this kind of winter. So when the snow melts and the days warm up they are … Continue reading Editorial: To Party