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.
Journalism Program News
Hunter News Now students made history on May 8, telecasting their show live on the Hunter College Journalism Youtube channel for the first time ever.
Hunter journalism students found themselves on the other side of the camera on May 9 on their way to visit the headquarters of media giant Bloomberg.
Lloyd Siegel, a 44-year veteran journalist of NBC News, visited Professor Sissel McCarthy’s Studio News Production class and offered praise for the latest Hunter News Now show.
A panel discussion scheduled for May 21 at Hunter College will address an ongoing crisis for journalists in Mexico, who are being harassed and killed. The event is organized in part by the Aronson Awards for Social Justice Journalism, based out of Hunter.
Breaking news and two celebrity sightings made a recent tour of WNYC extra exciting for Professor Sissel McCarthy’s journalism students.
A pioneering young interactive storyteller joined students in Professor Adam Glenn’s Mobile Journalism MEDPL 387 course in mid-April to talk about her award-winning work and the possibilities for cutting-edge immersive media technologies.
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.
News 12 Brooklyn’s multimedia journalist Emily Lorsch offered MEDPL 202 Reporting and Writing 2 students tips on working under pressure and on deadline during a classroom visit on April 8.
The Pulitzer Center has awarded one of its prestigious summer reporting fellowship to Hunter journalism student Audrey Henson (pictured, left). The fellowship comes with a $3,000 grant that Henson will use to travel to Japan to report on dementia treatments.