Annika Hammerschlag, '16 M.S., reported on women who compete in the Olympics and face discrimination at home.Read the Global Citizen Press article.
Valerie Dekimpe ’16 M.S. covered the Westminster Dog Show on deadline for Video Newsroom.Watch her video.
Sarah Ravani, '16 M.S., reported on a campaign to raise awareness of abuses against the Baha’i community in New York.Read the NY City Lens article.
Roberto Kaz, '15 M.A., Science Concentration, published his Master's Thesis in Nautilus about a "Black 6" mouse.Read about how the story came together.
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.
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.
For Project Wordsworth, 17 students examined a memory and then reported on what actually had happened.Read their findings.
Francesca Mirabile '16 M.S. reported and developed the multimedia project "The Afterlife of Injustice."See her multimedia project.
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.
Students in the data concentration worked with the team investigating the Panama Papers, a trove of 11.5 million leaked documents. They researched the shipping industry's offshore links, providing data analysis and story leads to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists.