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.

 
Insider
MTV ‘Cribs’ just returned to television 20 years after its original debut. But ‘wealth porn’ may not have the same appeal to a new generation.
Dana Givens
American Journalism Online 2021
MSNBC
Covid-19 forced major cities to care about homeless people. That time is over.
Hayes Brown
Adjunct Faculty
Insider
While white influencers ‘blackfish’ to build buzz, Black creatives say co-opting their culture is costly
Dana Givens
American Journalism Online 2021
Insider
Where Everyone Moved During The Pandemic
Lilian Manansala
American Journalism Online 2021
MIT Technology Review
Looking for work? Here’s how to write a résumé that an AI will love.
Hilke Schellmann
Assistant Professor
Audubon
Emperor Penguins Proposed for Listing Under Endangered Species Act
Joanna Thompson
SHERP 2021
Earth Island Journal
The Journey to Save a Turtle
Jennifer Taylor
American Journalism Online 2023
Refinery29
The Washington Football Team Rebranded. Why Did It Get Rid Of Its Cheerleaders Over Zoom?
Emily Leibert
American Journalism Online 2021
Scientific American
New DNA Blood Test Could Pinpoint Cancer’s Source in the Body
Anna Goshua
SHERP 2021
The Hudson Review
“A tomb for thee, my babe!” Bad Poems for the Death of Children
Perri Klass
Professor
PBS Newshour
Minorities struggle for headway in the legal weed business
Jason Maloney
Clinical Professor
Insider
Rocking braids or cornrows can be taboo for Black women. Stylists are fighting stigmas one style at a time
Dana Givens
American Journalism Online 2021
Inside Climate News
US Energy Transition Presents Organized Labor With New Opportunities, But Also Some Old Challenges
Delger Erdenesanaa
SHERP 2021
The New Yorker
The Unmaking of Biblical Womanhood
Eliza Griswold
Distinguished Writer in Residence
Bright Wall/Dark Room
A Lot of Success Has to Do with Timing: An Interview with Susan Seidelman
Kudrat Wadhwa
Literary Reportage 2020
CBS News
After vandalism at shared worship space, honest talks on race bridge gap between Black and White churches
Jennifer Taylor (with Erin Donaghue)
American Journalism Online 2023
Business Insider
How The World’s Oldest Hat Shop Has Stayed In Business For Nearly 350 Years
Lilian Manansala
American Journalism Online 2021
Teen Vogue
Celebrities Running for Office Are Boosted By the Political Moment
Tyler Baum
American Journalism Online 2021
Al Jazeera
‘Journalism is sacred work’: Afghanistan’s front line reporters
Robyn Huang
American Journalism Online 2021
MIT Technology Review
Disability rights advocates are worried about discrimination in AI hiring tools
Hilke Schellmann
Assistant Professor
MSNBC
Trump’s 2020 loss gave the GOP the last key to ‘win’ the midterms
Hayes Brown
Adjunct Faculty
National Geographic
White-Nose Syndrome has Devastated Bats—But Some are Developing Immunity
Lauren Leffer
SHERP 2021
Observer
These Powerful Performers Prove It’s Time to End Ageism in Dance
Sarah Parker
American Journalism Online 2021
Chalkbeat
Critical race theory debate hits New York City public schools
Pooja Salhotra
Literary Reportage 2022