"Students analyze coverage in the US and gain a working knowledge of the many institutions involved in creating immigration policy as well as a fundamental understanding of immigration law. Students choose an immigrant or refugee community in the Boston area and produce a series of stories, culminating in a multimedia project about a particular challenge that group is facing. "
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Public Affairs Reporting
"Introduces the structure and functions of state, local, and federal government from a journalist’s perspective. Students report and write in-depth stories on proposed legislation, campaign finance, and current issues in government. Students also become familiar with and make use of public records and open meeting laws, learn advanced reporting skills through readings and class lectures, and review and critique each other’s stories."
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"Covers the use of audio and visual media to tell news stories. Examines modern media, analyzes still and moving images, sound, and best web practices. Students learn how to use photography, videography, and audio to tell compelling stories. They develop and report multimedia stories in and around Boston. Image and sound manipulation and other ethical challenges in the digital age are discussed."