ACP 2014 | Everything We Tweeted About And Did That Weekend (STORIFY)

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March 4, 2014

Check out all ACP-related posts on our designated ACP web page. You can also easily click to see the page “ACP 2014” on the upper-right hand corner of the website header.

Here’s the compilation of everything The Campanil staff tweeted about and did at the Associated Collegiate Press Conference (ACP) in San Diego from Thursday, Feb. 27 until Sunday, March 2. Almost all the staff members, except for Copy Editor Kate Carmack (who we missed!), were in attendance.

THURSDAY, FEB. 27

Click to read the first staff blog post written about ACP below:

The Campanil staff is headed to San Diego for a journalism conference!
Find out how you can keep in touch with the staff by following our Facebook, Twitter, and website updates. Written by Editor in Chief Tessa Love.

Online Editor Melodie Miu @mldmiu tweeted out this picture through The Campanil Twitter @thecampanil:

Online Editor Melodie Miu @mldmiu tweeted out this picture through The Campanil Twitter @thecampanil: “The Campanil staff has boarded the plane headed to San Diego! More updates of the #acpsd convention to come!”

We arrived late at the Catamaran Resort Hotel and Spa after all the pre-panels and Robert E. Maynard Institute of Journalism Education’s Dori J. Maynard’s keynote speech have already ended.

FRIDAY, FEB. 28

At the

At the “Journalism Ethics” panel, a poignant slide about journalism’s purpose from panelist Chris Ison’s presentation. (Picture tweeted by Online Editor Melodie Miu)

It’s our first day of ACP!

Managing Editor Natalie Meier @nat_meier, Arts & Entertainment Editor Emily Mibach @eamplant, and Online Editor Melodie Miu @mldmiu collectively live-tweeted during almost all the ACP panels and events this weekend using their own and The Campanil‘s Twitter accounts.

Additional photography by Opinions Editor Mackenzie Fargo @m_fargo.

Margaret Sullivan of The New York Times as the keynote speaker on Friday. (Photo by Mackenzie Fargo)

Margaret Sullivan of The New York Times as the keynote speaker on Friday. (Photo by Mackenzie Fargo)

Later that night, New York Times‘ Margaret Sullivan @Sulliview gave a keynote presentation at ACP called “Journalism 2020.”

A&E Editor Emily Mibach @eamplant live-tweeted and twitpic’d during the presentation.

Check out Friday’s blog posts in which staff members wrote about their ACP experience:

Day #1: Mini-Monsoons and Ethical Journalism
Managing Editor Natalie Meier blogs about the rain in San Diego and her first two ACP workshops focused on the legal rights of students and the ethics of reporting.

Friday: Live-tweeting and Glaring
Arts & Entertainment Editor Emily Mibach did two things yesterday: live-tweeting the talks she’s been to and glaring.

Mad Dash (with PHOTOS)
Despite the mad dash during her first day of ACP, there were a few things that stuck with Opinions Editor Mackenzie Fargo.

SATURDAY, MARCH 1

Check out what Meier, Mibach, and Miu live-tweeted during Saturday’s ACP panels and events!

Tweeted by A&E Editor Emily Mibach @eamplant:

Tweeted by A&E Editor Emily Mibach @eamplant: “Opinions editor Mackenzie Fargos’s front row view at @nickdigital ‘s keynote! @thecampanil #acpsd #ncjc”

As keynote speaker, Nicholas Whitaker @nickdigital, the Media Outreach Lead from Google, did a presentation about entrepreneurial journalism.

Online Editor Melodie Miu @mldmiu live-tweeted during the presentation.

Check out Saturday’s staff blog posts:

The Holy Grail
News Editor Ari Nussbaum wasn’t expecting to find the Holy Grail at ACP. But she did.

Quiet, Please
You better not be rude and talk during a panel. Sports & Health Editor Amanda Polick is the Ssssshhh Lady.

Sun, Sand. SERIOUS Weather Issues.
Design Editor Francesca Twohy-Haines reflects on yesterday’s rain and how she’s picked up some great design tips.

SUNDAY, MARCH 2

It’s the last day of ACP! After packing, the staff rushed down to attend the morning sessions.

Check out what Meier, Mibach, and Miu live-tweeted during Sunday’s ACP panels and events!

Online Editor Melodie Miu's Twitter picture of Robert Hernandez's recorded greeting video.

Online Editor Melodie Miu’s Twitter picture of Robert Hernandez’s recorded greeting video.

Unable to make it to San Diego in time for his keynote speech, Robert Hernandez turned his presentation into a live Twitter AMA session using the hashtag #ACPressAMA where student reporters sent in their questions.

Follow Hernandez on Twitter @webjournalist.

After Hernandez’s live Twitter AMA session, The Campanil staff spent their last few hours in San Diego before flying back to Oakland.

Check out what they did!

Check out Sunday’s staff blog posts:

No Need to Warn Us
Online Editor Melodie Miu blogs about the importance of web content and the new kind of journalist she wishes to see in The Campanil newsroom.

Coming to Terms with Technology
Editor in Chief Tessa Love spent much of the ACP conference thinking about what will come next for her in the new digital age.

We also got an award!

Rachel Levinson.

Rachel Levinson.

Congratulations to former Columnist Rachel Levinson for winning 3rd Place for Best Arts & Entertainment Column/Criticism in the Non-Weekly category at the 2013-14 CCMA Excellence in Student Media Contest.

Check out her award-winning pop culture column about Justin Timberlake’s new album here.

And a big thank you for all of your support and readership, Mills community! We will continue to learn, work harder and produce even better reporting than ever before.

The Campanil staff during their last day of ACP. Top row left to right: Sports & Health Ed. Amanda Polick, Editor in Chief Tessa Love, Design Ed. Francesca Twohy-Haines, and Online Ed. Melodie Miu. Bottom row: Opinions Ed. Mackenzie Fargo, Managing Ed. Natalie Meier, Arts & Entertainment Ed. Emily Mibach, and News Ed. Ari Nussbaum.

The Campanil staff during their last day of ACP. Top row left to right: Sports & Health Ed. Amanda Polick, Editor in Chief Tessa Love, Design Ed. Francesca Twohy-Haines, and Online Ed. Melodie Miu. Bottom row: Opinions Ed. Mackenzie Fargo, Managing Ed. Natalie Meier, Arts & Entertainment Ed. Emily Mibach, and News Ed. Ari Nussbaum.

Check out all ACP-related posts on our designated ACP web page. You can also easily click to see the page “ACP 2014” on the upper-right hand corner of the website header.


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