Fourteen Carolina media and journalism students tapped into what they're learning in the classroom to document an archaeological dig site in Israel.

Fourteen Carolina media and journalism students tapped into what they're learning in the classroom to document an archaeological dig site in Israel.

A reporter goes wherever the story is — whether that’s just off campus in Carrboro or 6,100 miles away in Israel.

As part of the Documenting the Dig course, 14 School of Media and Journalism students followed one of the University’s biggest global research stories to an archaeological dig site in Huqoq, Israel. The class documented the work of archaeologist Jodi Magness, who is the Kenan Distinguished Professor for Teaching Excellence in Early Judaism in the College of Arts & Sciences.

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Originally published July 1, 2019.

 

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