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Student Work

During the 1980s, New York City’s garment district employed around 30,000 workers. Today that number is closer to 5,000. As Melissa Caceres, '18 M.S., reports the region known by many as the creative hub of the fashion industry is facing a new hurdle – rezoning.

Nothing says summer in NYC like the iconic audio jingle from Mr. Softee ice cream trucks. But, as Isabella Kulkarni, ‘16 M.S., reported for Columbia’s Uptown Radio, that famous tune represents both a treat and a torment. She produced this report for Marketplace.

Cassandra Basler M.S. '15

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.

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