This semester, students in a multimedia course at UNC-Chapel Hill traveled to Cuba. Their mission was to document changes there, with a focus on the country’s young people.
Back in Chapel Hill, students in Advanced Editing pitched in by working with the writers of five feature stories and suggesting headlines and subheads. It was a fun and fruitful collaboration between classes.
The result is Cuba’s New Wave, a multimedia website developed from scratch. It examines the country’s post-Castro evolution. The students do that in words, video, still images and interactive graphics.