March 28, 2014 | CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
Check out some of the latest links from our reporters:
•Jenna O’Donnell’s story about the proliferation of abandoned rabbits found a home on DNAInfo.com.
•Kristen Clark’s story about a Brooklyn toymaker was featured in The Jewish Daily Forward.
•Amanda Dingyuan Hou, on assignment for Open City, put together a package about how Chinese postpartum traditions play out in New York.
•Zainab Akande wrote about the TV horror renaissance for BLOUIN ARTINFO.
•Matt Surrusco’s article about Palestinian child laborers made World Policy Journal.
•Caroline Lewis, on assignment for Gotham Gazette, wrote about a push to turn vacant lots into affordable housing.
•Kiratiana Freelon’s story about a Harlem-based figure skating program for girls made the Daily News.
•Brianna McGurran, working for the Mott Haven Herald, reported on tenant complaints about shoddy repairs at a Bronx building. Roxanne Scott covered a protest against the city’s deal to relocate FreshDirect to Port Morris.
•María Villaseñor and Gwynne Hogan profiled a plumber and artist who combines his pursuits. Áine Pennello reported on a cultural clash over bicycling in Williamsburg. Antonia Massa wrote about a Bangladeshi photography exhibit.
•Sophia Rosenbaum’s story about a push to find old dogs new homes made the cover of Metro.
•Oliver Morrison’s piece about the boom in satirical fake news sites made The Awl’s Splitsider comedy site.
•Ali Malito wrote about the best ways to wash workout clothes for The Active Times.
Some nuggets from our Alumni Corner:
•Althea Chang’s piece about a former Wall Streeter’s wild past made CNBC.
•Nathan Frandino, working for Reuters, covered a rally in Washington marking the third anniversary of the Syrian revolt.
•Lakshmi Gandhi wrote about the 45th anniversary of John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s wedding for The Toast.
Congrats to all — and keep ‘em coming!