Journalism Program Director Sissel McCarthy welcomes back students and faculty for Fall 2021. In her letter, McCarthy shares news about…
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For some, learning is sustenance and teaching a passion. When Charity Elder, a new adjunct assistant professor teaching Reporting and…
Stephanie Siek is very excited to be teaching the Reporting and Writing 1 course at Hunter College this fall. “I…
Since The Athenian launched in the fall of 2019, it has served as a go-to site for news about the…
Nyya Collins, Journalism Major Media studies major Nyya Collins attended her first journalism conference last month with hopes of growing…
By Melissa Lent As a researcher and multimedia specialist for the Center for an Urban Future, my work constantly relies on…
April Franklin visited Professor Khristopher Brooks’ class and discussed how she develops feature pieces for the NPR affiliate in Rochester, New York.
Professor Sissel McCarthy shared strategies on how to become a more literate news consumer at the Breakthroughs in 2E Education Conference.
Professor David Alm's feature on the remarkable friendship between two professional runners is the main feature in Runner's World.
Senior Afia Eama made great use of her internship this spring at the Gothamist, where she has published 10 original articles.
As a journalist, Hunter senior Seon Pollard always considers how his work can help his fellow classmates.
The Pulitzer Center has selected senior Kalli Sringas for its 2021 Student Reporting Fellowship.
Legendary New York City Radio Station, 77 WABC is seeking exceptional college students interested in learning more about promotions and marketing.
Professor Samantha Sunne’s Data Journalism class (MEDP 297) met with the star of a journalism epic. Matt Carroll, a reporter portrayed in the award-winning movie "Spotlight".
Six months after learning she won a $2,500 scholarship from The Deadline Club, Hunter College senior Natalie Rash says the funds have made her a better journalist.
More than 50 students turned out to hear journalist Ali Velshi talk about his long and storied reporting career with CNN and MSNBC
Students in MEDIA 211 will be investigating conspiracy theories in a semester-long group project this spring.
Journalism Program Professor Emmanuel Felton’s BuzzFeed News investigation into the Capitol Police Department during the Jan. 6 insurrection was highlighted during President Donald Trump’s second impeachment hearing.
Select works from Prof. David Alm's Fall 2020 Magazine Writing class are now published on The Bridge.
MSNBC’s journalist Ali Velshi will speak to Hunter College students virtually on Feb. 17 at 7-8 p.m.