Student & Alumni 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.

September 26th, 2023
To the Tune of Dystonia
Lynn Hallarman
American Journalism Online 2024
September 23rd, 2023
On Its 15th Anniversary, Climate Week Is Still Rife With Corporate Greenwashing
Marlowe Starling
SHERP 2023
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September 11th, 2023
Behind the Corporation Buying Up Portland’s Most Famous ‘Independent’ Restaurants
Alice Wolfe
American Jouranlism Online 2024
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September 11th, 2023
I’m a Doctor and It Was Hard to Talk to My Mother About Drinking
Lynn Hallarman
American Journalism Online 2024
The New York Times
September 8th, 2023
‘You Wanted to Know Where the Towers Had Gone’
Gabriella Ferrigine
Magazine and Digital Publishing 2023
August 23rd, 2023
Can MDMA Therapy Ease the World’s Traumas? Critics Aren’t Sure.
Jonathan Moens
SHERP 2020
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August 23rd, 2023
Local Dungeons And Dragons Player Turns To TikTok To Grow Community
Julianna LaFollette
American Journalism Online 2024
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August 16th, 2023
James Cotto Is Still Living in New York City’s Golden Age of Roller Skating
Jane Zhang
Global and Joint Program Studies 2024
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August 11th, 2023
NYC Celebrates 50 Years of Hip-Hop, A Bronx-Born Phenomenon that Took Over the World
Kimani Krienke
Magazine & Digital Storytelling 2023
Environment 360
August 10th, 2023
As Armenian Fish Farming Expands, a Pristine Aquifer Is Drying Up
Lori Youmshajekian
SHERP 2023
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August 9th, 2023
Preston Moore and Carson Terrell
American Journalism Online 2024
The Atlantic
August 5th, 2023
Sea Life’s Sense of Smell Is Going Haywire
Ethan Freedman
SHERP 2021
August 3rd, 2023
An Iranian-American Woman’s Quest to Reconnect With Her Heritage
Mandy Taheri
Global Journalism and Near Eastern Studies, 2023
August 3rd, 2023
Age Defying Beauty: How Laura Geller And Mally Roncal Are Changing Industry Norms
Victoria Susann Kempter
Reporting New York/Reporting the Nation 2023
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July 31st, 2023
Spinning Back to the Beginning of Hip-Hop with Grandmaster Flash
Kimani Krienke
Magazine & Digital Storytelling 2023
The Guardian
July 26th, 2023
A Democrat’s obsessive quest to change the way America is farmed and fed
Marin Scotten
Global and Joint Program Studies, 2023
Foreign Policy
July 24th, 2023
In Pakistan, the Legal Profession Remains an All Boys’ Club
Ailia Zehra
Global and Joint Program Studies, 2024
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July 21st, 2023
What three cities’ fights say about Chinatown’s identity
Jane Zhang
Global and Joint Program Studies 2024
Live Science
July 15th, 2023
Will the drive for EVs destroy Earth’s last untouched ecosystem?
Kiley Price
SHERP 2023
The New York Times
July 12th, 2023
An Exiled Publisher Creates a ‘Brotherhood Across Tibetans’
Tenzin Tsagong
Literary Reportage 2022
The Nation
July 11th, 2023
The War on Climate Activism Is Reaching Dangerous New Heights
Darsen Hover
GloJo 2024
The New York Times
July 8th, 2023
How a Taxidermist Spends Sundays
Arielle Domb
CRC 2023
Smithsonian Magazine
July 3rd, 2023
After Winning the Battle of Gettysburg, George Meade Fought With—and Lost to—the Press
Nick Liu
Magazine and Digital Publishing 2023
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June 30th, 2023
Rising groundwater raises threat of Bay Area soils’ toxins, study finds
Carmela Guaglianone
Global and Joint Program Studies 2024