The Casey Feldman Award for Transportation Safety Reporting is open for applications until Dec. 9. The award honors Casey Feldman, a journalism student at Fordham University who was killed in 2009 by a distracted driver.
On Sept. 13, 1892, The Silver and Gold made its appearance in the field of college journalism. Explore this multimedia timeline to trace the history of student news—made by students for students—from that first edition to today.
The first student newspaper at the University of Colorado launched in 1892. Since then, student coverage has created a colorful record of student life amidst adversity, controversy, levity and the most significant historical events of the 20th and 21st centuries.
Linda Villarosa (Jour’81) covers race, inequality and public health for The New York Times Magazine. In Under the Skin: The Hidden Toll of Racism on American Lives and on the Health of Our Nation, she tells the full story of racial health disparities in America by revealing the toll racism takes on individuals and public health.
CMCI continues its pre-collegiate outreach efforts through the 2022 Connections: CMCI Summer Academy.High school students, CMCI peer mentors, faculty and staff came together this July to build new bonds and celebrate the first fully in-person year of the program.
For the past 10 years, incoming college first-year students have flocked to CU’s campus to get a taste of college life before the semester begins. After two years of COVID-induced restrictions, the Pathways to Excellence program is back in full swing in 2022.
The Center for Environmental Journalism is proud to welcome the 26th class of Ted Scripps Fellows in Environmental Journalism. The fellows will spend nine months at the University of Colorado Boulder working on long-term, in-depth journalistic projects and digging into critical questions.