Check out some of the latest gems from our very busy reporters:
•Laura Bult shared a Newswomen’s Club of New York Front Page Award for her role in a Daily News story about racial disparities in violations handed out by police. Nick Forrester contributed to the paper’s coverage of the Sayreville HS football team arrests. Marguerite Ward reported on a rally against youth violence in the Bronx.
•Camilo Gomez’s look at how strife in Colombia has led to competing definitions of victimhood made Quartz.
•Caroline Lewis reported on meditation’s effect on the brain for WNYC.
•Reed Dunlea interviewed DJ Silent Servant for Vice’s Noisey.
•Kayle Hope’s short film, “Persona,” is set to be shown at BAM’s Puppets on Film Festival.
•Cole Rosengren, on assignment for The Hunts Point Express, reported on the universal pre-kindergarten push’s impact on a Bronx Head Start program.
•More than 30 of our reporters worked with Gotham Gazette, AdaptNY and NY Environment Report on an ongoing crowdsourcing/live-event coverage package tied to the upcoming second anniversary of Sandy.
•If you missed the latest broadcast of 219West TV Magazine, check it out here. Contributors include: Ben Brody, Bianca Flowers, Pearl Macek, Elijah Stewart and Carina Vallentin.
•In case you missed the latest edition of AudioFiles, you can catch up with it on our News Service. Contributors include: Julia Alsop, Sarah Barrett, Frank Green, Gwynne Hogan, Thad Komorowski, Caroline Lewis, Oliver Morrison, Steve Trader, Roxanne Scott and Elijah Stewart.
•Speaking of our News Service… Natalie Abruzzo and Kiratiana Freelon offered an inside glimpse at the Hunts Point Market. Leila Falls and Pearl Macek found some buried treasure on display at a coin collectors confab. Bianca Flowers and Reem Nasr reported on the luxury housing boom.
•Rebecca Bratek’s words and Julius Motal’s photos came together in this Voices of NY piece about a young woman who got temporary immunity from deportation under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
•Oliver Morrison covered the New York Burlesque Festival for Our Town.
•Oresti Tsonopoulos took pictures for this New York Times travel piece on Berkeley, CA. He also worked on the video, with a team that included alum Fritzie Andrade. Speaking of our alumni…
•A portion of a 2008 NYCity News Service video by Aisha Al-Muslim andMirva Lempiäinen about the city’s then-new calorie disclosure rule for chain restaurants turned up in an NPR Morning Edition piece about eateries offering more healthful menu items.
Congrats to all – and keep them coming!