After graduating from college, many people feel their undergraduate experience didn’t prepare them for what the workforce would be like.…
Hunter’s journalism program has some exciting course highlights for the upcoming semester that students should know about when registering.
It wasn’t long ago that News 12 reporter Emily Lorsch was a college student, and she credits internships for a career that’s landed her in the country’s biggest television market.
Doha Madani, a breaking news reporter at NBC News visited Professor Nicole Lewis’s Reporting and Writing 1 class earlier this semester.
While remote learning is nothing like meeting in person, it has its pluses. This fall's Magazine and Feature Writing classes, taught by Professor David Alm, are benefitting from the focused intimacy of a Zoom call, allowing students to work both in small groups and as a whole to develop their ideas and polish their writing without the pressures of in-person contact.
As an audience engagement editor at the LA Times, Adrienne Shih works with the newsroom to help readers see and interact with stories better. This means collaborating with reporters and editors to create headlines, push notifications, social media rollouts and newsletters.
The plethora of digital platforms offers plenty of storytelling opportunities. But for one versatile journalist who visited with Reporting and Writing 2 students, there’s nothing quite like one of the oldest mediums — audio.
Pop culture references and current events are cropping up weekly in a newly revamped MEDIA 386: Media Ethics course taught this fall by Professor Adam Glenn.
Students in Prof. Sissel McCarthy’s News Literacy in a Digital Age class learned that a healthy diet is not just about food anymore. It’s also about the information we consume.
As the COVID-19 pandemic has made clear, data and numbers can tell powerful stories as a key part of the news. But crafting numbers into useful information or a coherent narrative is no easy task. So to help, Hunter’s journalism program next fall is offering a course to ensure that students are well-equipped with the necessary mastery over data-driven storytelling. Find out more or register.
A new course being launched this spring will equip students to report on the growing news beat at the intersection of urban environmental and public health issues. Find out what's at stake and how the new class will equip students to cover it.
Journalism’s MEDIA 211, also known as “News Literacy in A Digital Age,” is now the fourth class that Hunter students can use to fulfill the CUNY Common Core English Composition 2 requirement.