Grad­uate stu­dents in North­eastern University’s Media Inno­va­tion pro­gram are about to get an edu­ca­tion in Esquire.

The pro­gram announced Monday a part­ner­ship with Esquire mag­a­zine, designed to foster the next gen­er­a­tion of dig­ital storytellers.

There are so many oppor­tu­ni­ties to use new forms of expres­sion to tell the impor­tant sto­ries of our time,” said Esquire Editor-​​in-​​Chief David Granger in a state­ment. “Esquire has always looked for new ways to inspire and enter­tain readers.”

His remark echoes that of Media Inno­va­tion Director Jeff Howe, who’s made clear he wants to push the bound­aries of jour­nalism and help stu­dents “tell true sto­ries across a broad range of media.”

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