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?
Gabby Shacknai, '19 PT M.S., explores Manhattan's artisinal ice cream scene AMNY. Shacknai writes "But is the allure the non-traditional flavors, the higher quality ingredients or simply the Instagram opportunity?"
Students in the Human Rights Reporting class taught by Prof. Lonnie Isabel learn the basic tenets of human rights law and international enforcement bodies. Global Citizens Press, their website, features stories on child brides, gender violence, workplace equality and a wide range of other global human rights issues.
Andrea Marks, '16 M.S., wrote her Master’s Project on feminist pornography, which was published in Rolling Stone.
As students enrolled in the Investigative Projects class, Jacqueline Williams & Ana Graciela Méndez, '15 M.S., worked with adjunct professor Walt Bogdanich on an investigation that raised questions about the safety and viability of the Panama Canal. Their story was on the front page of The New York Times.
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.
Caroline Spivack, '16 M.S., reported on women who are first responders in humanitarian actions.Read the Global Citizen Press article.
Annika Hammerschlag, '16 M.S., reported on women who compete in the Olympics and face discrimination at home.Read the Global Citizen Press article.
Carl Stoffers, '15 M.S., wrote about a former boxer who tries to help others.Read how his work got published in The Wall Street Journal.