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.
New York Times writer Nathaniel Rich visited with Hunter journalism students after a talk about his climate change reporting to an audience of 150 at Roosevelt House April 8.
Hunter journalism students were invited to explore the core of ABC News broadcast operations in late March, as part of a pair of tours organized by Prof. Adam Glenn, a former senior producer at the network.
Prominent journalists at a gathering on the "power of narrative" this past weekend warned that crucial voices and context are missing in the journalism profession, while at the same time offering up recipes for repairing the gap through more diverse hiring, and better reporting, interviewing and storytelling.
The Wall Street Journal hosted a Student Editors’ Summit on March 22 that drew several CUNY students, along with two Hunter College students and a faculty member.
Broadcast journalist Ivette Davila-Richards reviewed the first Hunter News Now show of the semester in class and shared her production expertise with students.
Prof. Pamela Frederick puts her journalism teachings to work, as she purchases a community blog and takes on the online equivalent of being the neighborhood watch.
Hunter College librarian Tony Doyle met with Prof. Sissel McCarthy’s MEDPL 202 Reporting and Writing 2 students on Feb. 28 to take them through all the research tools and resources available to them at their fingertips.
Prof. David Alm put to work the news literacy skills he teaches Hunter journalism students and found the "Beers of Joy" documentary to be something else entirely.
Dear journalism students and faculty — welcome back to Hunter! I hope your 2019 is off to a good start. We have a great lineup of courses and events for you this semester.