An Amazing Athlete, Tony Blair and Jugglers
Just in time for weekend reading, viewing and listening: a nice mix of some of the final stories of the semester and some of the first internship clips:
•Almudena Toral worked on this New York Times video about an amazing athlete.
•Lily Rothman’s feature about a program that trains girls to row their way to college scholarships made The Queens Courier.
•Biana Seidman-Shvarts wrote about the 30th anniversary of the first reported cases of AIDS for PBS’s Need To Know site.
•Alissa Ambrose covered a speech by Tony Blair for the Kyiv Post.
•Jonathan Camhi penned a guide for expats in Delhi for the Hindustan Times.
•Our News Service has been hopping – keeping sending those stories! The latest offerings include Lea Baron’s video about a program that teaches families how to make inexpensive, healthful meals. Tamy Cozier contributed a video about the city juggling scene. Nathan Frandino produced an audio report chronicling a deliveryman’s brush with death. Kahliah Laney put together a video about the city’s plan to raise parking meter fees. Ashley Welch tells the story of a Bronx folk music venue facing its final curtain.
•Zachary Kussin reported on a new piece in the 9/11 Memorial Museum collection for NBC New York.
•Thomas Chan produced a video about a Fleet Week tug-of-war competition for the Daily News.
•The latest on The Local includes contributions by, among others, Lisha Arino, Celia Gorman, Kyle McGovern, Nicholas Rizzi, Susan Rohwer, Ian Thomas, Mitch Trinka and Ichi Vazquez.
•The latest issue of the Mott Haven Herald includes Cheryl Chan’s piece about a call to bring the brook back to Brook Park, Dan Rosenblum’s look at memorial murals and Stuart White’s article about the business of art. Alum Joe Hirsch, the paper’s community editor, wrote about a street renamed for a fallen soldier.
Speaking of alumni, here’s a sampling from our Alumni Corner:
•Mike Reicher, of the Daily Pilot, earned a Los Angeles Times Editorial Award for community news beat reporting.
•Andrea Swalec reported on mayhem in a Greenwich Village Dunkin’ Donuts for DNA Info.
•Joe Walker, working for FINS.com, appeared on WSJ.com’s Digits show to discus the state of tech jobs.
Congrats to all – and keep ‘em coming!
Tags: Clips of the week