Want to discover, create, and share the stories of the world? Welcome to the front line.
In an increasingly complicated world, where the very idea of objective truth is being challenged, it falls to journalists to dig, untangle, and tell us what’s going on … before the facts are brushed away.
As a journalism major, you’ll learn how to gather, assess, and disseminate information and ideas. You’ll be challenged to find new ways of thinking, and new ways of approaching problems.
Armed with an ability to critically evaluate and clearly communicate, graduates will not only be able to define issues and ideas to others, but will look at everything through a new lens themselves.
While the printed version took a hiatus this semester, the editorial team turned out an online issue of The Purchase Beat.
Scholastic published Ghost Squad today, a middle grade novel by journalism major Claribel Ortega ’10. It will also be made into a movie.
Newsday.com journalist Rachel Weiss ’16 honored for her work focusing on Japanese-American internment camps.
We’re so proud of Briggette Sayegh ’11( journalism). Now a Time Warner Cable News journalist, Sayegh interviewed comedian Jon Stewart about his support of wounded veterans at West Point.