Students in Journalism 417 each fall semester produce a magazine circulated throughout the state in print, and without boundaries online and through mobile apps. Students produce content that furthers the Wisconsin Idea by using the resources and expertise of the university to benefit citizens of the state. Students have produced a series of engaging philosophies for the publication, including efforts on arts and culture, hints for young professionals, civically engaging residents and exploring the intersection of the many identities that make Wisconsin rich.
Each year, the students who produce Curb magazine illuminate Wisconsin's stories through the state's unique people, places and ideas. It strives to tell untold stories, focusing on the Wisconsin many people drive past.
- Arts and Culture
- Economic Development
- Outreach Activities
- Quality of Life
Kathleen Culver, Faculty Associate
Department or Other Unit
Journalism & Mass Communication
School or College
College of Letters & Science
Project last updated on 12/04/2012