April brings a shower of clips. Check out some of our latest links (Class of 2012 will transition into the Alumni Corner soon, I promise):
•Divya Verma and Andrew Welsch teamed on a CNN Money package about how repo men are struggling as the economy improves.
•Colin Weatherby’s package on the Issue Project Room, an experimental music collective in Brooklyn, made The New York Times’ City Room blog.
•Ilie Mitaru’s exclusive on a lawsuit claiming a transgender patient was left to die by EMS responders made Sheepshead Bites.
•Nathan Place’s profile of the Bubble Man of Central Park found a home on Narrative.ly.
•Agata Blaszczak-Boxe’s interview with “Sticks and Stones” author Emily Bazelon was featured in Dame magazine.
•Erin Brodwin wrote a post on pedestrian safety for Scientific American.
•Voices of NY is bustling: Shannon Firth reported on the plight of undocumented immigrants injured on the job. Jeanette Moses reported on gun violence in East New York. Mikhael Simmonds and Dominik Wurnig teamed on a package about a program that fights violence through drama.
•Shannon Ayala’s story about efforts to plant new trees in Sandy’s wake made City Atlas.
•Toby Salinger, reporting for WG News + Arts, wrote about a new charter school planned for Bushwick.
•Taylor Tepper’s first-person takeout on financial planning made 219 Magazine.
•Craig Giammona’s story about St. John’s role in the new Big East found a home in The Queens Courier.
In our Alumni Corner:
•Geoff Decker, working for Gotham Schools, reported on a big change for education advocate Leonie Haimson.
•Nathan Frandino and Channon Hodge worked on this New York Times video about the scene outside the Supreme Court during the same-sex marriage oral arguments.
•Amy Kraft’s latest Tabled Fables podcast tackles Jack and the Beanstalk.
•Zachary Kussin, working for The Real Deal, reported on landlords’ efforts to stop a Sandy-related class-action proposal.
Congrats to all — and keep ‘em coming!