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.

May 30th, 2024
Mexico’s next president is likely to be this scientist — but researchers are split in their support
Humberto Basilio
SHERP 2024
San Diego Magazine
May 29th, 2024
How Dutch Indonesians Found Home in San Diego
Inge Oosterhoff
Literary Reportage, 2023
Scientific American
May 24th, 2024
Next-Generation Cosmic Observatory Hits South Pole Stumbling Block
Meghan Bartels
SHERP, 2016
Business Insider
May 18th, 2024
We donated our family car after 22 years. A piece of us is now missing.
Miranda Ferrante
Magazine & Digital Storytelling 2024
May 18th, 2024
Korean cuisine embraces mayo, but is it true love?
Nicholas Liu
Magazine & Digital Publishing
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May 16th, 2024
When the Accessibility Barrier Is the Law Itself
Ashley Taylor
SHERP 2012
The New York Times
May 10th, 2024
Bird Flu is Already Here. Just Look at the Millions Killed.
Alex Tey
Undergraduate Journalism
The New York Review of Books
May 9th, 2024
What’s in a Face?
Susie Linfield
May 9th, 2024
The Impossible Goal of a Disease-Free World
Joanna Thompson
SHERP 2021
Mother Jones
May 1st, 2024
One Man’s Mission to Make Video Games a Little Less White
Jamal Michel
American Journalism Online 2024
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April 30th, 2024
A Day in Court How to Observe an NYC Trial
Teresa Mettela
American Journalism Online 2024
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April 27th, 2024
Is a Plastic Rock a Rock? A new kind of geological object is washing up on beaches. Geologists can’t agree on what to call it.
Avery Orrall
SHERP 2024
Colorado Community Media
April 26th, 2024
Historic steam power plant sits at the nexus of Denver’s changing energy infrastructure
Meryl Phair
Magazine & Digital Storytelling 2022
April 22nd, 2024
‘Tales of Kenzera: ZAU’: A deep story about grief leavened by satisfying gameplay
Jamal Michel
American Journalism Online 2024
Brooklyn Paper
April 22nd, 2024
Sake brewery, Brooklyn Kura, brings international consciousness and cultural agenda to Industry City
Ximena Del Cerro
The Nation
April 19th, 2024
Bringing a Seminal Palestinian Resistance Novel to the World
Rayan El Amine
Literary Reportage 2025
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April 17th, 2024
Sudan Is Not a Lost Cause
Suha Musa
Global and Joint Program Studies, 2025
April 17th, 2024
The Real History Behind Shōgun’s Final Sacrifice
Nicholas Liu
Magazine & Digital Publishing
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April 5th, 2024
With Community Support and a Savvy Pivot, Staubitz Abides
Garrett Owen
Literary Reportage 2025
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April 1st, 2024
Esmerelda the Puppet: From Pandemic Showgirl to Public Health Social Media Star
Tess Riley
American Journalism Online 2024
Texas Monthly
April 1st, 2024
Inspired by the Confederacy and Czarist Russia, “Ortho Bros” Are on the Rise
Meagan Saliashvili
Literary Reportage 2024
The Forward
March 29th, 2024
A daughter of a Jewish father and a German mother in search of her own identity
Mia Faye Kreindler
American Journalism Online 2024
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March 27th, 2024
Remembering José Ferrer, the Pioneering Hispanic Actor Who Made Oscars History (Exclusive)
Craigh Barboza
Adjunct Faculty
The Guardian
March 27th, 2024
Despite the United Nations vote, Biden is clinging to his failed Israel policy
Mohamad Bazzi
Associate Professor | Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies, Director