An event focused on press freedom in a “post-truth” era is set for Feb. 12.
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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.
Hunter journalism students spent the afternoon on Dec. 13 touring the newsroom and studios of cable news channel NY1 in Manhattan’s Chelsea Market.
Prof. Pam Frederick's Neighborhood News class, which publishes the Hunter Athenian, got a tour of The New York Times and a chance to talk to a longtime editor and reporter at the paper's offices in midtown.
Neha Prakash, senior editor on the social news desk at Condé Nast, and ProPublica senior reporter Jack Gillum visited Prof. Pam Frederick's News Literacy class in December.
An urban photography exhibit at Manhattan’s El Museo del Barrio served as an impromptu classroom for several advanced reporting and writing students earlier this month, as they learned how images can be used to tell effective stories.
If you’re a junior or senior, why not use the before spring semester to expand your journalistic skills with a series of January Academy enrichment workshops offered by CUNY’s Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism? They’re available free to select CUNY undergraduates.
Prof. Sissel McCarthy’s Macaulay Honors News Literacy students checked out Bloomberg’s headquarters just down the road at 58th Street and Lexington Avenue last week, thanks to an invite from Hunter alum Mike Nizza.
Journalism professor Sissel McCarthy made the case that news literacy is a must-have core competency for all students at the CUNY IT Conference at John Jay College last week.