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    CUNY ID Provides a Free Pass to Many NYC Cultural Institutions

    By Amy Dunkin | February 24, 2017 | Featured News, Student News

    A new program, CUNY Arts, will vastly expand opportunities for CUNY students, faculty and staff to connect with the arts in New York City.

    Four Reporters Win McGraw Business Reporting Grants

    By Amy Dunkin | February 23, 2017 | Featured News, J-School in the News, News

    Nearly 100 journalists working in more than half-a-dozen countries applied for the latest round of Fellowships – our largest pool ever.

    Ravitch Program Supports Three New Fiscal Reporting Projects

    By Amy Dunkin | February 6, 2017 | Featured News, News

    The three efforts focus on how Trump’s immigration policies affect sanctuary cities, fiscal control boards might help Puerto Rico, and economic development subsidies are impacting Tennessee.

    2016 Commencement: WashPo Exec Editor Marty Baron and Student Speaker Gustavo Martinez Contreras

    By Amy Dunkin | December 21, 2016 | Featured News, J-School in the News, News

    Watch these video highlights from the CUNY J-School’s 10th graduation ceremonies on Dec. 16.

    Melissa Noel, ’12, Wins Global Media Award for Work on “Barrel Children” in the Caribbean

    By Amy Dunkin | December 20, 2016 | Alumni News, Featured News, News

    Her story highlights issues faced by children left behind by parents who move to another country and provide material support but no direct care.

    Introducing the Hate Index: Tracking the Toll of Post-Election Intolerance

    By Amy Dunkin | December 8, 2016 | Faculty News, Featured News, J-School in the News, News, Student News

    Our NYCity News Service project offers a searchable database of incidents to help provide scope, context and insight amid growing reports of hatred-in-action.

    Sabrina Schmidt Gordon’s Documentary to Make Its Debut at Sundance

    By Amy Dunkin | December 7, 2016 | Faculty News, Featured News, News

    QUEST: The Fury and the Sound is a portrait of a North Philadelphia family and the creative sanctuary offered by their home music studio from the strife that grips their neighborhood.

    New Alumni Investigative Reporting Award Created to Honor Founding Dean

    By Amy Dunkin | December 1, 2016 | Alumni News, Featured News, J-School in the News, News

    This year’s Stephen B. Shepard Prize winner will be recognized at the Awards for Excellence in Journalism dinner on Apr. 13, 2017 and will receive $5,000, generously funded by The Tow Foundation.

    Watch: Where We Went Wrong and What We Can Do About It

    By Amy Dunkin | November 25, 2016 | Featured News, J-School in the News, News

    We invite you to view the videos of our recent post-election panels examining where reporting of the long election cycle fell short.

    Kate Nocera, ’09, Promoted to BuzzFeed’s D.C. Bureau Chief

    By Brooke Bizzell Stachyra | November 17, 2016 | Alumni News, Featured News, News

    After helping cover the presidential election, the news and entertainment site wasted no time in elevating Nocera from D.C. managing editor to the top job in the Washington office.