Grad students in Digital Journalism class recommend their eatery favorites
As part of Professor Dan Kennedy’s Foundations of Digital Journalism graduate class, students created a Google Map with links to their favorite restaurants, complete with reviews and photos. Check it out and bon appétit!
Homicide Watch launches with stories by graduate student
On Sept. 7, Kelsey Luing, graduate student, posted an exclusive investigative story on questions surrounding the death of Brianna L. Erickson, a 22-year-old woman who died in jail and was a central witness in a murder case. Erickson was scheduled to testify against Eric Barnes, 29, who was charged with first-degree murder of Brousseau Normil, 20, during an armed robbery in March 2013. The charges against Barnes were dropped after Erickson’s death. Erickson’s family and friends are questioning her death.
Grad student Audrey Adam volunteers to cover the Head of the Charles Regatta
Most graduate students are only here for a year to a year-and-a-half, so they need to take advantage of every opportunity to report and engage in multimedia journalism. Audrey Adam, a new grad student, did just that when she volunteered to cover the Head of the Charles Regatta (HOR) on October 18 and 19. Adam teamed with undergrad student Emily Huizenga to report and shoot video of The Head of the Charles Regatta gala to celebrate the event’s 50th anniversary, held at Buckingham Browne and Nichols gymnasium. The reporting team was organized and directed by journalism Prof. Chuck Fountain.
Read and view Adam’s work and that of journalism undergrads on the HOCR website.
Interested in Co-op?
Graduate students interested in going on co-op should contact Kellianne Murphy at email@example.com. Although co-op extends your graduation, it is often a valuable experience for graduate students. Graduate students must be enrolled in the program and cannot go on co-op post graduation.