Episode 2 of the St. Louis Catholic High School Journalism class’ “The Lou” podcast series features a very important guest, as students continue to develop their skills in modern journalism techniques.

Click here to listen to the second episode with junior Tyler August hosting alongside Interim Administrator Mia Orgeron.  Senior Keyshawn Jones also joins the show to offer perspective on campus safety.  At St. Louis Catholic, the safety and health of our students are always the top priority, and August includes in the podcast valuable tips for students to keep themselves and their vehicles safe on campus.

In case you missed it, here is Episode 1 of “The Lou.”

St. Louis Catholic’s Journalism class, taught by Monica Core, is a semester-long course open to juniors and seniors who are interested in developing their skills as writers.  The course explores the contemporary media and the ethical responsibility issues inherent in the press today.  Students learn the fundamentals of news, feature, editorial and sports writing, focusing on copy reading, news style and editing.  Students also create numerous original stories using varied structures and writing techniques, along with computer-generated layouts and graphics.  The course is NOT an English credit, nor does it fulfill the Fine Art elective credit for TOPS.