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    Events in November

    Wednesday, November 5th

    Hot Docs Screening: DOCUMENTED

    The film tells the story of Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas who outed himself as an undocumented immigrant in a New York Times Magazine essay.

    Location: Room 308

    Monday, November 10th

    Designing Information for Interactivity

    Join Lena Groeger, a news applications developer at ProPublica, for a discussion of how design principles can help anyone tell better stories and create more useful graphics and interactives.

    Location: Room 308

    Tuesday, November 11th

    Moving Stills: Video Storytelling by Photographers

    The Department of Photojournalism will host a panel of journalists who will discuss their transition from still photography to video production. Room 308: 7-9:30 p.m.

    Location: Room 308

    Friday, November 14th

    9-1-1 Recordings – To Release or Withhold: Journalistic , Public Safety & Family Perspectives

    Join the CUNY J-School's Tom Robbins and other panelists as they discuss the legal and moral controversy over the release of 9-1-1 recordings and new technologies such as body cameras from high-profile crimes, accidents, and terrorism incidents.

    Location: John Jay, New Building, Student Dining Hall, 2nd fl. — 59th Street and Eleventh Avenue, New York, NY

    Monday, November 17th

    Blood Drive

    Imagine saving one, two, or three lives by donating just one pint of blood at the CUNY J-School blood drive. Appointments are appreciated (see Christa Noelle). Walk-ins are welcome.

    Location: Room 308

    Tuesday, November 18th

    Brown-Bag Luncheon Talk with Charles Blow

    New York Times columnist Charles Blow will discuss his new memoir, "Fire Shut Up in My Bones," and talk about the current state of journalism.

    Location: Newsroom

    Wednesday, November 19th

    The Illustrated Courtroom: 50 Years of Journalism, Law and Art

    The role of courtroom artists in American journalism and law will be the subject of a free panel discussion featuring two prominent courtroom illustrators, an investigative journalist, a trial lawyer, and a federal judge.

    Location: CUNY Graduate School of Journalism