Outside Clips

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.

 
Nature
August 2nd, 2022
Retractions are increasing, but not enough
Ivan Oransky, MD
Distinguished Writer in Residence
Marie Claire
August 2nd, 2022
Little Shop of Horrors
Meghan Gunn
Literary Reportage 2021
NPR
July 29th, 2022
Few Black men become school psychologists. Here’s why that matters
Pooja Salhotra
Literary Reportage 2022
Foreign Policy
July 29th, 2022
The International Monetary Fund: Holy Grail or Poisoned Chalice?
Anusha Rathi
Undergraduate Journalism 2023
The Cut
July 28th, 2022
‘I Want to Do This for Someone Else’ Three women on carrying pregnancies after New York legalized paid surrogacy last year.
Tessa Somberg
Literary Reportage 2022
The New York Times
July 26th, 2022
A Language Changed
Amanda Morris
Undergraduate Journalism
The Forward
July 20th, 2022
Who serves the best kosher pizza in NYC? We found out
Tani Levitt
Magazine and Digital Storytelling 2022
Los Angeles Magazine
July 20th, 2022
For Skate Pro Elliot Sloan, the X Games Literally Come Home
Tani Levitt
Magazine and Digital Storytelling 2022
People's World
July 19th, 2022
Abuse by Wellpath LLC healthcare in Pennsylvania prisons spurs lawsuits
Dawn Heinbach
American Journalism Online 2023
Medium
July 18th, 2022
The O.G. of Black Advertising
Craigh Barboza
Adjunct Faculty
The Hudson Review
July 15th, 2022
The Sixties Heroine: “A mature and adult female of her species at last”
Perri Klass
Professor | NYU Florence, Co-Director
Foreign Policy
July 8th, 2022
Why South Africa Is in the Dark, Again
Anusha Rathi
Undergraduate Journalism 2023
Dissent
July 1st, 2022
Responses to Aziz Rana
Contributor: Susie Linfield
Professor
Inside Climate News
June 21st, 2022
A ‘Living Shoreline’ Takes Root in New York’s Jamaica Bay
Hannah Loss
SHERP 2022
BET
June 19th, 2022
The Power of Juneteenth
Jason Samuels (Executive Producer)
Professor
The New England Journal of Medicine
June 16th, 2022
“It’s Hardly Credible” — Medical Readers and Literary Plague
Perri Klass
Professor | NYU Florence, Co-Director
The Verge
June 14th, 2022
Doctor Donor Fertility Fraud
Kudrat Wadhwa
Literary Reportage 2020
On the Media
June 10th, 2022
Should the Country See What an Assault Rifle Does to the Body of a Child?
Interview with Susie Linfield
Professor
Sierra
June 6th, 2022
Hunting Frogs on Islands in the Sky
Michael Levy
Literary Reportage 2023
Smithsonian Magazine
June 1st, 2022
The Real Story of Pinocchio Tells No Lies
Perri Klass
Professor | NYU Florence, Co-Director
Stat
June 1st, 2022
Costly Alzheimer’s treatment is spreading around the world, with virtually no science to back it up
Jonathan Moens
SHERP 2020
The New York Times
May 31st, 2022
Should We Be Forced to See Exactly What an AR-15 Does to a 10-Year-Old?
Susie Linfield
Professor
National Geographic
May 31st, 2022
We still don’t know why more than 400 elephants died in Botswana
Jonathan Moens
SHERP 2020
The New York Times
May 29th, 2022
We Will All Mourn, and We Will All Be Mourned
Perri Klass
Professor | NYU Florence, Co-Director