The Roosevelt House commemorated the 50th anniversary of the iconic feminist magazine Ms. on Thursday, April 27th.
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Department Chair Kelly Anderson and Alum Ryan Joseph Release New Film Rabble Rousers: Frances Goldin and the Fight for Cooper Square
“[If] you don’t fight for your home, you’re gonna lose it,” Frances Goldin, a community activist until her death in 2020, says in the new documentary, Rabble Rousers: Frances Goldin and the Fight for Cooper Square. So Goldin fought, and won.
Laila Gad came to Hunter College to prepare for a career in medicine. But after she took a course titled Peopling NY through the Macaulay Honors College, Gad became fascinated with climate change and its effects on public health. She decided to add a second major in journalism, to explore this interest and to find ways to write about it for a wide audience.
Professor Alyxaundria Sanford remembers traveling to New York for the first time to intern for the “Today Show.” While there, she became interested in national news and the variety of topics covered in a morning broadcast. After getting a taste of being a journalist in the city, she knew she would be back.
Hunter’s journalism program has some exciting course highlights for the upcoming semester that students should know about when registering.
PULITZER CENTER GRANTEES ANDREW ROBINSON AND DOMINIC SMITH DISCUSS THEIR WORK THE VANISHING, INVISIBLE FOREST AT THE ROOSEVELT HOUSE
Award-winning documentary filmmakers Andrew Robinson and Dominic Smith visited Hunter College and the Roosevelt House on Tuesday, April 18th to talk…
Hunter College’s journalism program has grown significantly in recent years, with more students enrolling, working journalists coming in to teach and new courses being added to the curriculum.
Although ChatGPT had been making headlines for months, I somehow managed to avoid it entirely. I am what you would…
Want to have your photo featured on The Arrow’s homepage? We’re hosting a Student Photojournalism Contest! All majors are welcome…
Applications for the Deadline Club scholarship are due March 26th. Last year the club disbursed six merit-based scholarships of $2,500 each. The number and size of scholarships available this year is yet to be determined.
In February, Hunter journalism students toured MSNBC, where they saw the inner workings of the television studio, control rooms and newsroom.
The Association of Business Students at Hunter College (ABS) is accepting applications for a new content chairperson until March 5 at 11:59 p.m.
Hunter Journalism students who are interested in reporting internationally this year can apply for the Pulitzer Center Student Reporting Fellowship. The deadline has been extended to March 3rd, 2023.
On February 2nd, journalist and adjunct media studies professor Charity C. Elder spoke with fellow media studies professor, journalist and radio talk show host Karen Hunter about Elder’s first book, Power: The Rise of Black Women in America, at the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College.
The New York Women in Communications is now accepting scholarship applications, with a deadline of February 28th. The non-profit organization…
Want to level up your political journalism game? Interested in advancing your journalism skills to better report on how state policy decisions are impacting your community? Look at the States Newsroom Fellowship: a summer program that places students and early-career journalists with our affiliate newsrooms across the country.
Hunter College’s Journalism Program held its Fall Information Session to speak to students about spring courses and internship opportunities. Students heard from several professors and networked after the session.
Students interested in reporting on a story overseas can apply for the 2023 Pulitzer Center Student Reporting Fellowship. The $3,000 grant will once again be awarded to one lucky Hunter College student journalist. You can learn more at a Pulitzer Fellowship Information Session on Wednesday, Nov. 30 from 2:30-3:30 p.m. in Hunter North 503 and on Zoom.
Anyone who spends time on the internet knows how challenging it is to figure out what’s true and what isn’t. But misinformation expert Nina Jankowicz helped some Hunter College students learn how to spot false claims and propaganda during her talk, “How to Win the Information War.”
Professor David Alm’s latest piece, The Internet is Full of Predators. Omegle Lets You Meet Them, was recently published in Mother Jones.