The Bronx may have been spared the worst of Hurricane Sandy, but many in the Lehman community felt her wrath. Lehman's Multimedia Journalism staff and students were touched by the storm and many were moved to report the events around them in the Bronx, Brooklyn, the Rockaways and New Jersey.
Photographer and Lehman Lecturer David McGlynn covered the hurricane's aftermath, from the flooding in lower Manhattan to the devastation in the Far Rockaways and New Jersey.Read More »
The Bronx Journal got a makeover in June, just in time to feature enhanced multimedia coverage of New York City's summertime parade of cultures. Lehman student reportage of these colorful events -- from the Puerto Rican parade in June to Brazil Day in September -- are vividly showcased in the new big picture format on the site.
Bronx Dominicans Celebrate Their Heritage
By Lennin Reyes
On an overcast Sunday afternoon in July, the Grand Concourse transformed into a sea of...Re... Read More »
"We have done horrible things with aging. Our country has not helped people to understand what it really means to age positively." -- Dr. Laura Singer
Residents of Kittay House, an independent living center in the
Bronx, set remarkable examples of how to live well, age gracefully
and never stop learning.
As part of an exercise in writing profiles, Bronx Journal students recently visited Kittay on Webb Avenue, a short distance from Lehman. A dozen residents, aged 64 to 95, were waiting, with...
I am a lecturer in the Journalism, Communications and Theatre department where I teach interactive media and digital news design. I am also a faculty adviser for The Bronx Journal (TBJ), an award-winning multimedia publication produced by Lehman students.
TBJ covers the Bronx for borough residents. Our students report, write, shoot and produce the site's content, which includes text, photography, audio, video, and slideshows.
Over the last year, our journalism students have created...Read More »