A story Jeremy Fassler ('21 M.S.) wrote for his first-semester reporting class on how the pandemic has led to thousands of performers losing health care coverage was published on the front page of the New York Times.The Virus Cost Performers Their Work, Then Their Health Coverage
The 14 students in Prof. Joanne Faryon's Spring 2020 Cross-Platform Investigative Journalism course produced this investigative podcast on forgotten news stories from 1990s NYC.Shoe Leather Podcast
For her master's project, Adiel Kaplan, '18 M.S. Stabile, examined the dubious benefits of wilderness therapy for adolescents in crisis.Does Science Support the ‘Wilderness’ in Wilderness Therapy?
For Guardian US, Hibah Ansari and Lila Hassan, both '20 M.S. Stabile, reported on American Muslims preparing for Ramadan under COVID-19 lockdown.American Muslims face a lonely Ramadan during lockdown
Clare Alison Bryan, '20 M.S. Stabile, reported on tourists who get arrested at New York's LaGuardia and JFK Airports for unwittingly violating gun laws for the Fall 2019 Reporting course. The article was published by The Queens Daily Eagle.Hundreds of gun-toting tourists have been arrested at NYC airports
For her master's project, Claire Marie Porter, '20 M.S., wrote about intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy (ICP), an under-the-radar disorder that occurs in about one percent of pregnancies and can lead to stillbirth. The story was published on the front page of The Washington Post's Health and Science section.
Joanne Faryon and LynNell Hancock's Fall 2019 M.S. Reporting section produced a multipart investigation of the Bronx housing court that looked into the lack of legal resources for tenants and other issues.Housing Injustice: Struggling for Shelter in Bronx Housing Court