For Professor Robert Smith and Audio Workshop, David Marques, M.S. '21 reported on how the increasing legality of recreational cannabis is causing an unexpected problem for pets. His piece aired on WBAI.Pups & Pot: A Dangerous Combo?
For Marketplace, Emily Schutz, '22 M.S., reported on how virtual auditions are likely to continue for dancers, actors, and other performers in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.Virtual auditions likely to continue for dancers, actors and other performers
For NPR's All Things Considered, Masha Udensiva-Brenner, '21 Part-time M.S., reports on a gay Azerbaijani asylum-seeker caught in the backlog during the Trump era. The story began as her master's project.Trump Years Were Terrifying For Gay Asylum-Seeker
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 Prof. Sally Hership's Radio Workshop, Ali Swenson, '19 M.S., reported bill introduced in the New York State Capitol that would split the state in three.Do Upstate & Brexit Share Similar Separatist Forces? One Bill in Albany Says 'Yes'
After the death of her grandfather from complications of vascular dementia, Sarah Wyman, '18 M.S., searched for a better way of living with the disease. This is what she found.Life Outside the Lines - Creating Art with Dementia
Cassandra Basler, '15 M.S., follows two students from the Bronx as they decide if an intrauterine device (IUD) is right for them, a device that has become the frontline recommendation for teens nationwide.