Eileen Grench, '18 M.S., reported her master's project on the Trump Administration's decision to end Temporary Protected Status for Salvadorans living in the U.S. She continued reporting on the issue after graduation and published this story with Documented.On Long Island, Salvadorans Brace for Impact
On primary election day September 2018, students in the Reporting section taught by Profs. Ann Cooper and Samir Patel spoke with immigrant voters across New York City. Their street reporting was published by Documented, a site devoted to immigration issues in New York founded by CJS '16 alums.Immigrants Becoming Part of Democratic Party Infrastructure
Javier Sauras, '16 M.A. Politics, published several stories stemming from his Master's Thesis, about a program in Bolivia that combines modern maternity medicine with traditional indigenous practices.How One Bolivian Hospital is Battling Maternal Mortality - By Reaching Back Thousands of Years
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.
Natasa Bansagi, '16 M.S., reports on how regulations turned "vapers" into activists.Read how her article came to be published in Motherboard.
Caroline Spivack, '16 M.S., reported on women who are first responders in humanitarian actions.Read the Global Citizen Press article.
Cydney Tucker, '16 M.S., reported on how conjugal visits help one couple make it through a prison sentence.Read the article on NY City Lens.
As the New York presidential primary approached, students in the City Newsroom class covered the candidates.Read student coverage.