Two of the top programs at Ohio’s Kent State University – the School of Journalism and Mass Communication and the College of Technology’s Aeronautics Program – have teamed to create Stories that Fly, a web-based magazine that promises to take journalism to new heights, while telling the story of aviation and the legions of people involved in its pursuit.
The light of the mainstream media often shines on the jet drivers, millionaires and astronauts, university officials said. But what most people don’t know is that you are as likely to find them at the local airfield with the other legends and leagues of hard-working folks whose lives are deeply rooted in aviation.
Stories that Fly seeks to improve the public understanding and awareness of general aviation through digital narratives and stories designed to appeal to all. The web magazine features the work of students, citizens, aviation enthusiasts, professional writers, reporters, videographers and photographers.
For more information: StoriesThatFly.com.