Angela Palumbo will speak for her 2021 class and Samantha Stark ’10 will represent alumni.
A new book examining an institution that educated some of South Africa’s leading anti-apartheid figures is about to be released. The book, Under Protest: The Rise of Student Resistance at the University of Fort Hare, was written by CUNY Graduate School of Journalism alumnus Daniel Massey from the pioneering Class of 2007. Currently a reporter for Crain’s New York Business,…
The product thinking program opens applications for journalists in North, South, and Central America to apply for tuition-free product training; the cohort for the APAC region has also been selected and will kick-off this month.
Dear Alumni, First, our biggest news: We welcomed our new dean, Graciela Mochkofsky, to the J-School in August. Many of you already know Graciela: She joined Newmark in 2016 as founding director of our groundbreaking Bilingual Journalism Program, and in 2019 she became Executive Director of our Center for Community Media. Graciela also became a contributing writer at The New…
In this issue, we catch up on lots of alumni news and chat with investigative reporter Hannah Rappleye ’10.
The program, a partnership between the Meta Journalism Project and the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY, will provide participating newsrooms with the skills needed to build and launch user-informed and sustainable digital news products.
Class of ’21 graduation, J+ news, a current student wins an international award, and more!
Class speaker Angela Palumbo, HuffPost editor Danielle Belton, and more.
In this issue, reporting by Claudia Irizarry Aponte ’18 helps get new labor laws passed, the homecoming gathering is unfortunately cancelled, and more