“I personally think that the journalism we do at the New York Times is in some ways easier than what students have to do because we have so much more support,” said Kantor, co-author of Chasing The Truth, a guide to investigative journalism for students.
Hunter Journalism alum Angely Mercado is paying it forward by writing about her experience freelancing, getting work published in the New York Times — and how it didn’t change her life. Learn how she views the freelancing lifestyle.
J.D. Biersdorfer, known primarily as a technology writer for the New York Times, as well as a contributor to the Times’ Sunday Book Review section, was the latest in a line of accomplished journalists to visit this semester’s feature writing class. Find out what type of feature story she said entry-level writers are often asked to master.
Veteran journalist Stephanie Siek spoke to Hunter’s News Literacy classes on Nov. 13 about verification, objectivity and forging a path as a journalist of color in some of the country’s most prestigious newsrooms.