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
Eva Anderson, '17 M.S., provides us with a good example of a strong deadline news story about a campaign to reduced subway fares for low-income New Yorkers.NYC Residents Push for Subway “Fair Fares”
Bailey Bryant, '17 M.S., reporting on deadline for The Ink on a low-cost gymnastics program in Harlem.Hall of Fame Athlete Brings Low-Cost Gymnastics to Harlem
A Master's Project by Ariel Ritchin, '16 M.S., takes a hard look at what it takes to make bail.He talks about his Audio Storytelling experience.
Valerie Dekimpe ’16 M.S. covered the Westminster Dog Show on deadline for Video Newsroom.Watch her video.
Yingying Xie, '16 M.S., wrote "The Little Planet" while classmate Tiger Wang took photos and videos.See their multimedia project.
Ainara Tiefenthäler, '14 M.S., wanted to raise complicated questions and tell her story in a visually compelling way.Learn more about her project.
"Code of Silence," produced by Stabile and documentary students, found that female officers around the country regularly face sexual harassment by colleagues and superiors. This short documentary by Scilla Alecci and George Steptoe was posted on The New York Times website in 2016.
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.
Sara Aridi, '15 M.S., looked at Middle Eastern musicians who address events in the region from abroad.Listen to her master's project.