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Bilingual Journalism

Photo: Gustavo García


Applicants must be fluent in English and Spanish, have a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution comparable in standards to a CUNY college, and pass the TOEFL or IELTS language tests if from a country outside the U.S.


Student and Alumni Work

These are a few of the stories generated by our bilingual students and alumni:

  • Michael Krumholtz and Noelis Ciriaco, both from the Class of 2019, explored the dangers of plastic surgery tourism for a story published by The Guardian.
  • Isvett Verde, ’18, introduced readers to the cultural history and the craft behind a generation’s favorite shade of “millennial pink” in this New York Times feature.
  • Find out how different Latino communities in Philadelphia recognize the Day of the Dead in 2017 alumna Jesenia De Moya Correa’s multimedia feature for the Philadelphia Inquirer.
  • Oscar Molina V (’20) reports on the toll of COVID-19 and the resilience of the Latinx immigrant community in New York.

(Photo by Jesenia De Moya)

Contact Us

Do you have a question about the Bilingual Journalism Program or application process that we haven’t addressed? If so, please contact us.

Office of Admissions

Graciela MochkofksyGraciela Mochkofksy
Latino Media Initiative Director

Carmen Graciela DíazCarmen Graciela Díaz
Director of Bilingual Journalism Subject Concentration

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