Journalism Grad Students Present Capstones During Pandemic

Journalism graduate students in the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication reported from home during the coronavirus pandemic this spring on a range of timely stories including the impact of COVID-19 on communities of color, construction of the Belmont Arena,  the transition from military to civilian life, newsroom diversity, the impact of climate change on the economy, and the influence of political memes, among other topics.     

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Making News

Even as classes have moved online this semester due to the COVID-19 crisis, student-run media outlets at the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication...

A New Voice in Community Journalism

The Lawrence Herbert School of Communication is launching a new multimedia news site, The Long Island Advocate, that will focus on hyperlocal...

Balancing Journalism and Family

An upcoming Press Club of Long Island (PCLI) panel will feature members of the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication in a...

Exploring Media Careers in LA

Nineteen students from the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication are exploring  media careers in the nation’s entertainment...

An Academic Discussion of #MeToo

An interdisciplinary panel of professors explored their different takes on the #metoo movement at a panel discussion on November 14. The event was...

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