Postgraduate fellows, Keith Cousins ('18 M.A.), Elizabeth Naismith Picciani ('19 M.S.) and Hillary Flynn ('18 M.S.) talk about their recent investigation in ProPublica "Tinder Lets Known Sex Offenders Use The App. It's Not the Only One."
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Columbia Journalism Investigations fellow, Ali Raj ('18 M.A), talks about how he expanded on and found new evidence about the impact of U.S. nuclear testing on the Marshallese, who are still suffering from exposure to radioactive fallout and the presence of radioiodine in the Marshall Islands.
As People Magazine’s crime and breaking news reporter, Elaine Aradillas ('04 M.S.) has covered several mass shootings in America over the last few years, telling tale after tale of countless victims whose lives were upended in a few short minutes of violence.