Clips of the Week

July 26, 2012 | CUNY Graduate School of Journalism

Greetings,

Check out some of the latest links from our reporters:

•Lindsay Lowe covered a boat race on Seattle’s Lake Union for KPLU public radio.

•Peter Moskowitz’ story and video about environmental activists trying to clean up the Gowanus Canal made The New York Times.

•Melissa Noel put together a video-and-print report on the closing of Harlem’s Hue-Man Bookstore and Cafe for The Grio.

•Tom DiChristopher’s article on how the future of the electric car could rest in the electric truck found a home in The Daily.

•Julie Strickland looked at the neighborhood name game in a piece about East Williamsburg for Brooklyn Based.

•Joanna Fantozzi’s article about a WWE milestone made the front of the Daily News’ Vue section. Casey Quinlan reported on the differences in conditions between two schools sharing a Manhattan building. The paper sent David Sanchirico to Houston to cover Linsanity in Texas. Joe Stepansky reported on a Queens movie theater giving marquee treatment to the fight against the mayor’s proposed ban on super-sized soft drinks. Vanesa Vennard wrote about a dog plucked from a burning Bronx building by a firefighter.

•Kamana Shrestha profiled a fashion designer for the Jakarta Globe.

•The latest on The Local includes posts by Kyle McGovern, Matthew Perlman, Mitch Trinka and Erica Robinson.

 

In our Alumni Corner:

•Rima Abdelkader helped produce this Rock Center story about one Syrian’s fight against Assad.

•Angela Hill, of ABC News, worked on stories nominated for a total of three Emmys. Samantha Stark was a part of a New York Times team nominated for a Web-based project. Check out the details here.

•Anna Limontas-Salisbury notched a grant from the Fund for Investigative Journalism.

•Carmel Delshad and Kirsti Itameri, the team behind an award-winning site about women in a changing Egypt (I Marched Along), wrote an article about their project for Italy’s Post Internazionale.

 

Congrats to all – and keep ‘em coming!

 

Cheers,

Jere