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 Guardian
January 12th, 2024
By bombing Yemen, the west risks repeating its own mistakes
Mohamad Bazzi
Associate Professor | Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies, Director
Forign policy digital logo
January 12th, 2024
In Sudan, Put Aid Before Talks
Suha Musa
Global and Joint Program Studies, 2025
Publication logo for new lines magazine
January 11th, 2024
The Unprecedented Killing of Journalists Is Affecting Coverage of Gaza
Rayan El Amine
Literary Reportage 2025
Jungle World
January 11th, 2024
Die Rückkehr der progressiven Abscheulichkeiten
Susie Linfield
Science Magazine
January 11th, 2024
Rooting out scientific misconduct
Ivan Oransky, MD
Distinguished Journalist in Residence
The face logo
January 10th, 2024
Inside Sushi Park, LA’s most discreet celeb hangout
Dalya Benor
Cultural Reporting & Criticism 2023
AM New York
January 10th, 2024
The human cost of the gig economy
Tehsin Pala
Global and Joint Program Studies, 2024
The New York Times
January 9th, 2024
The New Space Race Is Causing New Pollution Problems
Shannon Hall
SHERP 2015
AM New York
January 7th, 2024
Saving Chinatown’s roots: How three residents are preserving the neighborhood
Chi Tian
Magazine & Digital Storytelling 2023
Scientific American
January 4th, 2024
Did Neurons Evolve Twice?
Cara Giovanetti
SCW 2022
The New York Times
January 4th, 2024
The Problems Only Start With Plagiarism
Charles Seife
AM New York
December 31st, 2023
The price of selling fruit: How a migrant woman trying to make a few extra dollars ended up in over $1,000 of debt
Ana Altchek
Reporting the Nation & New York, 2023
Sophie Bokor
Literary Reportage, 2024
Jésus Mesa
Studio 20, 2023
MIT Technology Review
December 29th, 2023
How machine learning might unlock earthquake prediction
Allie Hutchinson
American Journalism Online, 2024
Our Town
December 28th, 2023
Three Co-hosts of Fast Growing Tik Tok Music Trivia Show Find Their Groove in Astor Place
Allii Dempsey
Magazine and Digital Storytelling 2024
Slate Publication Logo
December 26th, 2023
Our Digital Lives Are Too Fragile
Julie Lee
SCW 2022
Index on Censorship logo
December 22nd, 2023
The Unravelling of Academic Freedom on US Campuses
Susie Linfield
Epicenter logo
December 19th, 2023
Knowing NYC Through its Soccer Bars
Elizabeth Patrick
Magazine and Digital Publishing, 2024
Forign policy digital logo
December 14th, 2023
The Deal That Exposes the Global North’s Flawed Approach to Climate Migration
Clare Francis
Global and Joint Program Studies, 2025
The Guardian
December 13th, 2023
Qatar is playing peacemaker in the Middle East – but it’s treading a dangerous line over Gaza
Mohamad Bazzi
Associate Professor | Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies, Director
South side weekly logo image - depicts an 'S'
December 6th, 2023
ICE Detains Illinois Immigrants in Out-of-State Jails
Jose Abonce
American Journalism Online 2024
The new republic publication logo
December 5th, 2023
Yes, They’re Pro-Confederacy. But They’re Just the Nicest Ladies.
Anna Venarchik
Literary Reportage 2022
The Forward
December 4th, 2023
Why the No. 1 song in Israel represents a radical shift in Israeli pop music
Tani Levitt
Magazine and Digital Storytelling 2022
NBC News
November 30th, 2023
Airbnb’s silent killer: 19 carbon monoxide deaths in the last 10 years, but the company still doesn’t require detectors
Khadijah Khogeer
Magazine & Digital Storytelling 2024
The New York Times
November 21st, 2023
Before Hillary Clinton, There Was Rosalynn Carter
Azadeh Moaveni
Associate Professor | Global and Joint Program Studies, Director