Medill D.C. reporters told many stories on different topics, from national security to refugee issues, during the winter quarter.
Medill D.C. reporters told many stories on different topics, from national security to refugee issues, during the winter quarter.read more
Students at the Medill D.C. Bureau learned about the ways publications use email newsletters to reach
readers in a direct and personalized way during a talk by New York Times Editor for Digital and
Newsletters Elisabeth Goodridge (MSJ05).
Undergraduate students at the Medill D.C. Bureau attended two labs on online headline writing from Mark Smith, editor for mobile Web at The Washington Post. At the Post, Smith’s job is to implement a strategy to increase mobile web traffic. He said that the ratio of...
Undergraduate students at the Medill D.C. Bureau attended two labs on online headline writing from Mark Smith, editor for mobile Web at The Washington Post. At the Post, Smith’s job is to implement a strategy to increase mobile web traffic. He said that the ratio of...read more
Military Editors & Reporters Conf.
Students will attend the Military Editors and Reporters conference.
The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and the Washington Program of the Medill School of Journalism co-hosted a screening Tuesday of “The Psychological Toll of Duterte’s Drug War,” created by a Medill alumna Pat Nabong about the psychological impact of deaths in the Philippines’ drug war.read more
Students at the Washington, D.C. Bureau met with Medill graduates, networking and chatting about their careers during a Medill Mentors Program reception.read more
VICE producers Lydia Randall and Adam Banicki describe the reporting project that led to their mini-documentary on a small Pennsylvania town sufferering from industrial pollution.
Knowing how to tell stories across several platforms is an essential skill for todays journalists, AP’s Julie Pace told Medill students during a wide-ranging conversation on how news coverage has changed in Washington.
The third annual Medill Health Care Reporting Conference, held Oct. 12-13 at Medill’s Washington newsroom, came as President Donald Trump announced policy changes that could significantly alter the Affordable Care Act.
On Saturday, a half dozen Medill students joined a group of more than 40 journalists, media professionals, military members, students and supporters of James Foley and his legacy at the Foley Freedom Run.
By Carson Brown (BSJ18) on May 5, 2017 Three Medill students received scholarships from the White House Correspondents’ Association (WHCA). Two of those students were able to attend The White House Correspondents’ Dinner in Washington, D.C. on April 29. Nia Prater and...
The Medill Mentors and Medill DC Alumni Club combined to host a festive evening at the Washington Bureau.
Come join your fellow DC Medill alums for an evening of mentoring, networking and a documentary short screening: January 26 at 6 p.m.
Students explore health care’s challenges and opportunities at Medill’s second Health Care Reporting Conference in D.C.
About 30 Medill students attended a conference where experts discussed critical drug shortages in a nation of plenty, new frontiers in medical research, the opioid epidemic and other public health challenges, and strategies for becoming better health care reporters.
At an Oct. 6 event, hosted by the Medill Club of Washington and the Medill National Security Journalism Initiative, D.C., Medill alum Peter Cook gave the crowd of students, alumni, industry professionals and at least one U.S. military veteran a chance to get to know the man behind the press podium at the Pentagon.