The Pulitzer Center has selected senior Kalli Sringas for its 2021 Student Reporting Fellowship.
Tag: Spring 2021
Legendary New York City Radio Station, 77 WABC is seeking exceptional college students interested in learning more about promotions and marketing.
Professor Samantha Sunne’s Data Journalism class (MEDP 297) met with the star of a journalism epic. Matt Carroll, a reporter portrayed in the award-winning movie "Spotlight".
Six months after learning she won a $2,500 scholarship from The Deadline Club, Hunter College senior Natalie Rash says the funds have made her a better journalist.
More than 50 students turned out to hear journalist Ali Velshi talk about his long and storied reporting career with CNN and MSNBC
Students in MEDIA 211 will be investigating conspiracy theories in a semester-long group project this spring.
Journalism Program Professor Emmanuel Felton’s BuzzFeed News investigation into the Capitol Police Department during the Jan. 6 insurrection was highlighted during President Donald Trump’s second impeachment hearing.
Select works from Prof. David Alm's Fall 2020 Magazine Writing class are now published on The Bridge.
MSNBC’s journalist Ali Velshi will speak to Hunter College students virtually on Feb. 17 at 7-8 p.m.
Distinguished Lecturer Sissel McCarthy co-hosted the Association of Foreign Press Correspondents 2020 Awards Ceremony and delivered the keynote address to an all-online audience.
The Journalism Program is now accepting applications for the 2021 Pulitzer Center Reporting Fellowship.
NY1 NEWS SENIOR MANAGER TELLS STUDENTS WHAT SKILLS THEY NEED TO SUCCEED AS TELEVISION JOURNALISTS AND WHAT SHE LOOKS FOR WHEN HIRING
When journalists go into the field to cover a story in New York City for NY1 News, they are expected to report, write, shoot and edit their own stories, NY1 News Senior Manager of Newsgathering Shannon Troetel told students in the MEDPL 283 News Video Reporting class.
Neighborhood News class published 34 articles about the Hunter community in The Athenian during the Fall 2020 semester.
Professor Sunne is an award-winning freelance reporter with more than 10 years of experience at newspapers and online outlets around the country.