Last August, as a staff writer for a well-known online news outlet, I committed the following act of journalism: I took an animation that had been produced by someone else, added some snarky commentary to it, and posted it online under the headline, “This video demonstrates how rats can swim up your toilet bowl and will turn you ++++++++>
This is “Podcast and Chill,” the final project of Benjamen Walker’s Fall 2015 Podcasting class. Check back each morning from now until March 26 to hear new episodes. Ever wonder what it’s like to have roommates at one of the top fashion and design schools in the United States? Arie, a freshman at Eugene Lang (not Parsons) at ++++++++>
Journalism + Design students throughout the program are working to master their interview skills. Helping them out this semester is New School alumnus Kevin Dugan, now the Wall Street reporter for the The New York Post. Here are some of the tips he’s been sharing with students for walking up to a source, getting what you need — and getting ++++++++>
“We’re not playing around with what we wish it were like to do journalism, or what we remember it was like to do journalism, but what it really is like to do journalism now.” — Director Heather Chaplin discusses journalism education for the 21st century in an interview with Nieman Lab. For the fall 2015 semester of ++++++++>
The “White Paper” – note scare quotes – John Sharp, Colleen Macklin and I wrote for our Data Toys project.
We just completed our first year of Journalism + Design and wanted to give you an update on how things went. There’s a lot in this post as we’ve gotten a lot of questions.
Five Journalism + Design students received scholarships to attend SXSW Interactive in Austin, TX this year. Check here for daily updates on what J+D Director Heather Chaplin and our students — Alex Gerald, Cody Davis, Odalis Garcia, Sterling King, and Tamar Lapin — are learning, experiencing, and sharing from the conference.
It’s still hard to believe that someone who was so witty, so sharp, so full of wisecracks, and of wisdom, has gone so suddenly.