May 24, 2013 | CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
Check out some great semester-ending links:
•Jessica Glazer’s story about scores of people camping out on a Queens street for a shot at a union job made The New York Times’ City Room blog.
•Sofia Perpetua’s article about Brazil’s spirited cachaça push found a home in Voices of NY.
•Jillian Eugenios’ piece about the aftermath of a hate killing made our News Service.
Speaking of our News Service, we’re blessed with some great new special reports:
•Bushwick Beyond the Brand features contributions from Agata Blaszczak-Boxe, Jordan Davidson, Emily Field, Amanda Dingyuan Hou, Eric Jankiewicz, Laura Lorenzetti, Matthew Perlman, Nathan Place, Orlando Rodriguez, Tobias Salinger, Gabrielle Sierra, Sara Sugar and Andrew Welsch.
•The Way Home: Journeys Through the Juvenile Justice System includes contributions from Susan Armitage, MaryEileen Croke, Alex Eidman, Amy Eley, Irina Ivanova, Dominique Lemoine, Sophia Rosenbaum, Jess Scanlon, Mikhael Simmonds and Brock Stoneham.
•The Bloomberg Legacy features contributions from AnnMarie Awad, Jeannie Choi, Casey Cipriani, Jessica Glazer, Jeannette Moses, Sehar Mughal, Priscila Ortiz, Skyler Reid, Meredith Rosenberg, Michael Russell, Matthew Surrusco and Nicholas Wells.
(Sense in the City is set to launch soon — more about that in the next clips note!)
•The Nabe is home to one of the new projects: Two Fort Greenes: Spaces in a Changing Community, which features contributions from Gabrielle Alfiero, Erin Brodwin, Kathleen Culliton, Christopher Dell, Theresa Fisher, Craig Giammona, Maya Rajamani, Lauren Rothman, Millie Smith and Latima Stephens.
In our Alumni Corner:
•Megan Bungeroth’s look at the candidates for the city’s next first lady made City & State.
•Melissa Cooper and Amital Isaac filed reports, and Kevin Reilly contributed camerawork to the latest edition of CUNY TV’s “Talking Health.”
•Megan Kelty, working for CBS News, discovered a tornado victim’s dog in the rubble. The video went viral.
•Hannah Miet put together an oral history of NY1 for Complex magazine.
To answer a couple of commonly asked questions: Yes, the News Service is open for business during the summer. Feel to email, call or drop by — I’ll be around for much of the summer. And, yes, there will be an occasional “Clips of the Week” note between semesters, so please keep sending those links as you make news.
Congrats to all on a productive semester – and best of luck on your internships!