Today was another thoroughly engaging, stimulating day of discussion, conversation, revelation and collaboration among my fellow Poynter College Fellows.
You’d think that throwing 32 young journalists together for an intensive two-week workshop would be the worst kind of disaster possible, but we’re all engaged, respectful, honest and eager to learn. I think it’s safe to say I’ve learned at least as much in the past 72 hours as I have in the past three years.
But today, the photos are all about the chicken dance.
Okay, let’s back up a bit. We need context.
Before beginning another lunchtime session, Roy Peter Clark brought out his accordion, and six of us performed our own renditions of the chicken dance to the music he played.
Okay, that’s enough context.
The chicken-dance-off came down to Nezile and Gabe…
…and Nezile won!
Of course, that’s not the only thing we did today. Check out a few more photos here.