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    Ana Maria Rodriguez, ’15, produced this video, about a homeless Tucson resident who rides a bike to cope with his mental illness, at The New York Times Student Journalism Institute in May.

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    Class of ’15 student Zach Wasser pitched a New York Times editor his first project from his video storytelling class, a funny piece on a singing telegram. She passed but assigned him this story instead. He produced the video to accompany a Page 1 Times story with ’14 alum Kayle Hope.

    NYC City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, keynote speaker at the 2015 Ippies Awards for the community and ethnic press, accepts a photograph taken by ’14 alum Scott Klocksin in the aftermath of a building explosion in her East Harlem district. (Photo by Skyler Reid, ’13)

    A major investigation of inmate abuse at the infamous Attica Prison in upstate New York by our investigative journalist-in-residence, Tom Robbins, has led to a U.S. Justice Department probe .

    Listen to our journalist-in-resident Ta-Nehisi Coates in conversation with MSBNC host Chris Hayes on the subject of being smart in prime time.

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    Class of 2015 international reporting students Kimberly Connor, Natasha Scully and Lucina Melesio (left to right) used Times Square to practice skills they learned in a seminar on avoiding crisis situations overseas. Former Navy Seal Clint Emerson, founder of security advising firm Escape The Wolf, led the training. (Photo by Bianca Silva)

    Class of 2014 graduates Reem Nasr, Rosa Goldensohn, and Pamela Granda were honored along with HBO Documentary Films President Sheila Nevins and civic leader Richard Ravitch at the eighth annual Awards for Excellence in Journalism on May 4. The three alumnae are with Dean Sarah Bartlett. (Photo by Skyler Reid, ’13)

    McGraw Fellow Amy Yee’s stories about efforts to make the textile industry in Bangladesh safer two years after the world’s worst garment factory disaster were picked up by The Washington Post, NPR, and Voice of America. (Photo by Amy Yee for The Washington Post)

    Take a look at some of the fabulous student video and documentary work coming out of our Visual Journalism Program. (This reel was assembled by documentary filmmaker Sabrina Schmidt Gordon, who teaches at the CUNY J-School.)

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