More than a half-dozen news reports by Hunter College undergraduates have been published this summer on a City University of New York-wide web site that showcases top quality student journalism.
Since early June, Dateline:CUNY has published on its front page eight text, multimedia and interactive projects produced by Hunter students. Among them were a report on the New York’s LGBT community, a profile of a local immigrant and news from a key congressional race in the Bronx. Student reporting also explored Hunter-focused issues, including adjunct pay, Excelsior scholarships, facilities problems, senior learning and student views on legalizing pot.
Congratulations on the recognition for your work to Barbara Sandoval, Sonia Colón, Lucien Formichella, Elizabeth Jankovic, Krystie Calle, Crystal Rand, Stephanie Geier and others!
And here’s the full list of published stories:
- On the Map: An Interactive Look at LGBT Community in NYC – by Barbara Sandoval
- Adjuncts Fight For More Pay – by Sonia Colón
- Some Students Receive Misinformation in Excelsior Application Process – by Lucien Formichella
- Hunter Students Call Brookdale Weight Room “Useless;” Director to Assess Equipment Upgrade – by Elizabeth Jankovic
- Profile: An Immigrant’s Drive to Succeed – by Kristie Calle
- Spotlight on Senior Learning on Campus – by Crystal Rand
- Progressive WOC Becomes Crowley’s First Primary Opponent in 14 Years – by Stephanie Geier
- Hunter Students Speak: Legalizing Marijuana