Outside Clips

A journalism program located in the publishing capital of the world should be more than a teaching institute. We teach journalism by doing journalism. We also encourage and help students pitch their work. Our students, faculty, and alumni have been published across television, audio, print, and digital media. Here is some of our work. We hope you enjoy it.

The Daily Beast
July 14th, 2024
Jane Fonda Pays Tribute to Fellow Fitness Guru Richard Simmons
Lily Mae Lazarus
Cultural Reporting & Criticism 2023
Health Central
July 12th, 2024
Juggling Senior Year of College and Epilepsy Seizures
Gabrielle Panelo
Undergraduate Journalism
The New York Times
July 10th, 2024
Delighting in the Lavender Fields of Central Spain
Shaan Merchant
Literary Reportage 2024
July 8th, 2024
Battle of the bogs: Farmers and EU face off over Ireland’s largest carbon store
Dawn Attride
SHERP 2024
Business Executive Network
June 27th, 2024
Vietnamese Ultramarathoner Thanh Vu’s Expedition Towards Antifragility
Garrett MacLean
American Journalism Online 2023
NJ Spotlight News
June 26th, 2024
Trying to strike a balance between rights of hotel owners and homeless people
Bobby Brier
American Journalism Online 2022
Queens Daily Eagle
June 26th, 2024
Queens World Film Festival fosters community at LGBTQ+ film screening
Molly Friedrichs
Undergraduate Journalism
The Washington Post
June 25th, 2024
The artist’s muse? Your favorite restaurant.
Kyra Breslin
American Journalism Online 2024
Al Jazeera
June 23rd, 2024
Learning to live after my husband’s suicide
Allie Hutchinson
American Journalism Online, 2024
June 21st, 2024
“I Was Born In A Refugee Camp.” Two Sisters Reflect On Struggle And Survival
Jo Corona
Global and Joint Program Studies, 2019
Rolling Stone
June 20th, 2024
Inside the Rise and Fall of Project Veritas
Laura Jedeed
Literary Reportage 2023
Queens Daily Eagle
June 14th, 2024
Howard Beach comes together to battle the moon and rising tides
Maksuda Aziz
Studio 20, 2024
The Guardian
June 13th, 2024
Eagle attacks, red invaders and a genetic bottleneck: Inside the fight to save arctic foxes
Alexa Robles-Gil
SHERP 2024
The Intercept
June 12th, 2024
Israel’s New Air War in the West Bank: Nearly Half of the Dead are Children
Catherine Cartier
Global Journalism & Near Eastern Studies, 2025
NYC Music
June 12th, 2024
Punk Takeover: Free Punk Fest “Punk Island” Returns To Randall’s Island
Georgie Charette
Undergraduate Journalism
Epicenter logo
June 11th, 2024
Meet the Bronx beautician who is shaping the future of lashes
Curtis Rowser III
Magazine & Digital Storytelling 2023
The Washington Post
June 11th, 2024
An epidemic of scientific fakery threatens to overwhelm publishers
Adam Marcus and Ivan Oransky
Distinguished Journalist in Residence
Inside Climate News
June 11th, 2024
Glaciers in Peru’s Central Andes Might Be Gone by 2050s, Study Says
Alexa Robles-Gil
SHERP 2024
Epicenter logo
June 10th, 2024
WNBA’s popularity puts spotlight on gender disparity in youth basketball
Curtis Rowser III
Magazine & Digital Storytelling 2023
Our Town
June 10th, 2024
First Ever Puerto Rican Day Parade Held on Lower East Side
Stella Zhong
Undergraduate Journalism
June 6th, 2024
‘Racist rhetoric leads to attacks’: Asian Americans and lawsuit plaintiffs take on the TikTok ban
Jannelle Andes
American Journalism Online 2025
AMNY logo
June 5th, 2024
From the mountain province to Manhattan: BIBAK New York performs to preserve their Philippines indigenous heritage
Carrene Gepilano
Undergraduate Journalism
AMNY logo
June 3rd, 2024
Rangers fans at Mustang Harry’s react to the loss to the Florida Panthers
Garrett Owen
Literary Reportage 2025
Deseret News
June 1st, 2024
Consider the condor: Once on the brink of extinction, the bald, feathered symbol of the West is making a promising comeback
Marlowe Starling
SHERP 2023