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
Haleh Anvari, '18 M.A. Arts & Culture, wrote her M.A. thesis on the photos that defined the Iranian Revolution. It was published on the Aperture blog.The Photographs that Defined the Iranian Revolution
For her thesis, Hannah Moore, '19 M.A. Arts & Culture, explored a movement by the Kingston, Jamaica dancehall community to protect their work from appropriation by foreign pop artists.Dancehall Is Fighting to Protect – and Copyright – Its Dance Moves
As part of the Fall 2018 Reporting class, Chaewon Chung, '19 M.S., wrote about the K-pop industry and the Korean government’s efforts to monetize on its international popularity despite critics who accuse its stars of misogyny. The piece was published in Korea Exposé.BTS: Generational Icons or Misogynists?
Natasa Bansagi, '16 M.S., reports on how regulations turned "vapers" into activists.Read how her article came to be published in Motherboard.
Marybel Gonzalez, '16 M.S., writes her Master's Project on the Quinceanera in transition.Read how her project got published in The New York Times.