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Events in March
Monday, March 2nd
Author of "Lincoln and the Power of the Press: The War for Public Opinion," Holzer will discuss the crux of his new book: Lincoln's complicated relationship with the press.
Location: Room 308
Thursday, March 5th
Come pick the brain of a health and science writer who made the transition into freelance. Bring your lunch, or have pizza on us. Brought to you by the Office of Student Services and the Graduate Council.
Location: Room 330
Monday, March 9th
Scotti Williston, CUNY J-School’s senior producer in residence, teaches students how to make their reels the best that they can be. Space is limited. RSVP...
Location: Broadcast Lab
Tuesday, March 17th
Learn about the various electives being offered in the fall semester. Pizza will be served.
Location: Room 308
Students, faculty and staff are invited to take some time to unwind. Food and beverages will be served.
Location: Cafe area
Thursday, March 19th
Learn techniques and strategies for coping with your stress.
Location: Room 436
The lead movie critic for The New York Times and the editor of digital voices for Fusion join Journalist-in-Residence Coates to discuss the future of storytelling -- online, in print, and beyond.
Friday, March 20th
This one-day conference sponsored by the Edwin Gould Foundation is intended to promote more insightful coverage of the challenges facing low-income students as they apply, enroll, and move through college.
Location: CUNY Graduate School of Journalism