June 21, 2013 | CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
Datelines range from Brooklyn to Berlin on some of our latest stories:
•Ann Marie Awad’s piece about a second-chance program for fathers aired on WHYY, NPR’s Philadelphia outlet.
•Meredith Rosenberg’s Village Voice video chronicles a new twist on yoga.
•Áine Pennello, working for Ynet News, put together a reaction piece on the Israeli government’s plans to deport 60,000 Africans.
•Jillian Eugenios and Irina Ivanova’s video about 3-D printing made Crain’s New York Business.
•Catherine Featherston, reporting out of Berlin for USA Today, worked on a story pegged to President Obama’s recent stop in Germany.
•If you didn’t get your fill of gore from the Red Wedding, check out this slideshow of the season’s grisliest TV death scenes , compiled for Vulture by Jeanette Moses.
•Casey Cipriani, reporting for IndieWire, wrote about the planned re-release of “The Visitor,” a late 1970s cult horror flick.
•Melissa McCarthy addresses criticism about her weight in this Newsday piece by Danielle Valente.
•Angela Johnson, working for CNNMoney, wrote about housing discrimination against same-sex couples.
In our Alumni Corner:
•Yudith Ho, working for Bloomberg, interviewed the finance minister of Indonesia amid the latest stock market turmoil.
•Patience pays off: The FOIA Graham Kates sent last year seeking the FBI file of author Carlos Fuentes yielded a strong story for our News Service.
•Dana Rapoport produced a Father’s Day-themed video for Fox News Latino.
•Bianca Seidman covered the Governors Ball for Paste magazine.
Congrats to all – and keep ‘em coming!