History on the Hill: LakeVoice reporters explore Duluth’s untold stories

Student journalists at LakeVoice News have recently published their first collection of stories for the fall 2012 issue of LakeVoice News. The collection is called History on the Hill and it explores the untold stories about Duluth’s historic places.

The students went around the city, observing people, exploring neighborhoods and learning about the fascinating history of Duluth’s third places.

Historic memorabilia found at Northland Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial

Point of Rocks is Duluth’s ‘urban wilderness’

Stewart’s Bikes & Sports strolls down memory lane

The students received research help from Northeast Minnesota Historical Center, University of Minnesota Duluth Library, Zenith City Online and the Duluth and Minnesota local history collections, Duluth Public Library.

LakeVoice News is a bridge between the Twin Ports community and the University of Minnesota Duluth campus. Our newsroom is run by students and the majority of our content is written by students, but the news is about the community. It is in our best interest to cover all areas of Duluth as we learn more about the city and become a greater community.  We are young writers who bring a fresh perspective to issues that affect the city as a whole.

We welcome community contributions of various forms (photographs, video, story ideas, events , etc.) via our email address or simply posted in a comment box.

The views expressed on LakeVoice News are that of the individual(s) behind each story and should in no way be construed as reflecting those of the University of Minnesota Duluth or its affiliates.

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