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.

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May 25th, 2023
Sewage and Water Boy: The Unlikely Vigilante of New Orleans
Tess Riley
American Journalism Online 2024
Environment 360
May 25th, 2023
Are Sea Cucumbers a Cleanup Solution to Fish Farm Pollution?
Kiley Price
SHERP 2023
Village Voice
May 24th, 2023
A Day At The Cage
Lauren Peacock
Reporting New York / Reporting the Nation 2023
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May 24th, 2023
The Secrets of a “Homeless Influencer”
Lauren Abunassar
Magazine & Digital Storytelling 2023
May 16th, 2023
Africa’s Conservation Conundrum
Rachel Nuwer
SHERP 2011
Science News
May 14th, 2023
The Sonoran Desert toad can alter your mind — it’s not the only animal that can
Deborah Balthazar
SHERP 2022
Fast Company
May 11th, 2023
POV: NYPD’s robodogs are being paid for in the shadiest way possible
Julie Lee
SCW 2022
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May 10th, 2023
Allison Wallis: I Don’t Feel Bad About My Disability. You Shouldn’t Either
Allison Wallis
American Journalism Online 2023
May 5th, 2023
Spring Was in Full Bloom at Last Night’s New York City Ballet Spring Gala
Maia Torres
Magazine & Digital Storytelling 2023
May 1st, 2023
Spike Lee on the 25th Anniversary of ‘He Got Game,’ Casting Ray Allen and the Inspiration Behind the Iconic Film Share Tweet Email
Curtis Rowser III
Magazine & Digital Storytelling 2023
V Magazine
April 28th, 2023
Niall Horan Is Running The Show
Ellie Beeck
Magazine and Digital Storytelling, 2022
Los Angeles Review of Books
April 26th, 2023
Is Drawing Connections Enough?: On Brian Dillon’s “Affinities”
Alana Pockros
Cultural Reporting and Criticism 2021
The New Yorker
April 26th, 2023
India’s Quest to Build the World’s Largest Solar Farms
Meera Subramanian
Cultural Reporting and Criticism 2004
The Guardian
April 22nd, 2023
‘They just need land’: young farmers struggle to find affordable acreage
Marin Scotten
Global and Joint Program Studies, 2023
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April 19th, 2023
The Once Unthinkable Revolution Coming to Figure Skating
Talia Barrington
Cultural Reporting & Criticism 2023
April 13th, 2023
At Tory Burch’s Soho Store, a Warm Welcome for New Book David Hicks in Colour
Maia Torres
Magazine & Digital Storytelling 2023
April 13th, 2023
A New Mode in MLB Video Game Celebrates Historical Black All-Stars
Jamal Michel
American Journalism Online 2024
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April 12th, 2023
Een leven in limbo
Inge Oosterhoff
Literary Reportage, 2023
April 11th, 2023
Last Act: Every Ocean Hughes’s art of dying
Rennie McDougall
Cultural Reporting and Criticism 2017
Rolling Stone
April 10th, 2023
They’re Selling Nudes of Imaginary Women on Reddit — and It’s Working
EJ Dickson
Cultural Reporting and Criticism 2013
The New York Times
April 7th, 2023
A Psychedelics Pioneer Takes the Ultimate Trip
David Marchese
Cultural Reporting and Criticism 2005
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April 5th, 2023
Looking for Closure, a Grandson Built a Ghost in the Machine
Yucheng Tang
Literary Reportage, 2024
The Guardian
April 5th, 2023
Women Can’t Afford Period Products. Talking About it is Key to Fixing This Shame
Erica Carnevalli
Reporting the Nation & New York in Multimedia, 2023
April 1st, 2023
Grief and Tangled Politics Were at the Heart of Kentucky’s Fight Over New Trans Law
Divya Karthikeyan
Literary Reportage 2021