Published Works

A journalism program located in the publishing capital of the world should be more than a teaching institute. It should be a publisher. Welcome to the Institute’s publishing platform. Here the Institute acts as both public-interest publisher and presenter of work in different media by our students, faculty and alumni. In part, it is our laboratory, the place where we teach journalism by doing journalism and offer it to readers, listeners, viewers, and interactive users. Teaching requires one kind of audience, publishing quite another. This is where the two meet. The emphasis is on quality — work that is accurate and compelling, innovative and classic. We hope you enjoy it.

 
The New York Review of Books
May 26th, 2022
How Do Whispers Become Movements?
Susie Linfield
Professor
Undark
May 16th, 2022
India’s ‘Man-Eating’ Tigers Entangled in a Blame Game
Niranjana Rajalakshmi
SHERP 2022
Scientific American
May 16th, 2022
Living with Lead Creates Antibiotic-Resistant ‘Superbugs’
Allison Parshall
SHERP 2022
The Guardian
May 11th, 2022
Finding it hard to get a new job? Robot recruiters might be to blame
Hilke Schellmann
Assistant Professor
Scary Mommy
May 11th, 2022
My Mom’s Eating Disorder Took a Toll On Our Relationship. But Now We’re Closer Than Ever.
Alice Wolfe
American Jouranlism Online
Voice Waves
May 10th, 2022
As commencement nears, graduating CSULB students express frustration at the university’s handling of the event
Iman Palm
American Jouranlism Online
Sapir
May 1st, 2022
Amnesty International’s Israel Problem — and Mine
Susie Linfield
Professor
Yellow Scene Magazine
April 29th, 2022
The Fire Next Time
Robert Davis
American Journalism Online
The New Yorker
April 25th, 2022
The Ordinary Americans Resettling Migrants Fleeing War
Eliza Griswold
Distinguished Writer in Residence
The Sacramento Bee
April 20th, 2022
An igneous hero: Antelope gets sedimental about its version of ‘Rocky’
Kathryn Hoedt
American Journalism Online 2023
CNN
April 15th, 2022
Mother describes son’s social media addiction that ‘led to his death’
John General
American Journalism Online 2023
SLAM
April 14th, 2022
Former DIII Guard Eric Demers is Ready to Tap Into His Potential in the G League
Netanel Levitt
Magazine & Digital Storytelling 2022
The Guardian
April 14th, 2022
Among the Americans fighting in Ukraine: ‘I couldn’t live with myself if I didn’t come’
J Oliver Conroy
Literary Reportage 2018
Our Town
April 14th, 2022
‘Only One Earth’: Rockefeller Center’s Flag Project on Climate Change
Meryl Phair
Magazine & Digital Storytelling 2022
The New York Times
April 13th, 2022
Returning to Florence With ‘the World’s Most Opinionated Guide’
Perri Klass
Professor | NYU Florence, Co-Director
Harper's Bazaar
April 12th, 2022
Garcelle Beauvais Is Just Getting Started
Audra Heinrechs
American Journalism Online 2020
CNN
April 9th, 2022
Frustrated and anxious, climate advocates are turning to legal action. The latest petitioners: College students
Pooja Salhotra
Literary Reportage 2022
Dance Magazine
April 8th, 2022
The Toll of Touring: Dealing With the Hidden Mental Health Challenges
Sarah Parker
American Journalism Online 2021
Los Angeles Times
April 7th, 2022
Op-Ed: Why pictures of the horrors in Ukraine can strengthen our political will
Susie Linfield
Professor
The New Yorker
March 21st, 2022
The Pied Piper of Psychedelic Toads
Kimon de Greef
Literary Reportage 2021
Insider
March 18th, 2022
Putin’s Ukraine playbook is familiar — he used it in Syria
Mohamad Bazzi
Associate Professor | Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies, Director
Deseret News
March 17th, 2022
Book bans are the new front in the culture wars. What’s really going on?
Laurenz Busch
Magazine & Digital Storytelling 2022
Mongabay
March 16th, 2022
Pandemic Hit the Pause Button on Discoveries of New Species
Niranjana Rajalakshmi
SHERP 2022
Scientific American
March 15th, 2022
Newly Discovered Saber-Tooth Predator Shows How Hypercarnivores Evolved
Raegan Scharfetter
American Journalism Online 2023