Category: How Hunter Millennials Stay on Top of News

Articles of Hunter students keeping track of news of interest to them.

How Hunter Millennials Stay Informed About News – Part 6, Last of the Series

By Contributing Writer Julia Suarez Can you imagine the time when you couldn’t access news through your smart phone, iPad or computer? There was a time when news was transported by carrier pigeon, hand-carried messages and the Pony Express. Finding…

How Hunter Millennials Stay Informed About News – Part 5

  By Contributing Writer Lesia Forde Do the comments of five students about how they view and interact with news and news sources reflect the overall temperament of that segment of the Hunter student body, 19 to 28 years old?…

How Hunter Millennials Stay Informed About News – Part 4

By Contributing Writer Avid Maldonado, November 16, 2016 NBC, CNN, and the New York Times are just a few of the preferred news media outlets of students interviewed by this writer for this article about how they stay informed about…

How Hunter Millennials Stay Informed About News – Part 3

By Contributing Writer Andrew Henry The state of the news media is an important factor in this Democracy, effecting everyone from newborn babies in their cribs to the retirees fortunate enough to be vacationing in their vacation homes in these…

How Hunter’s Millennials Stay Informed About News – Part 2 by Contributing Writer Kashima Grant

  By Contributing Writer Kashima Grant What Is News What is news? And why is “this” particular story considered news and why is “that” particular story considered news? I find myself asking the questions multiple times a day when I…

How Hunter Millennials Stay Informed About News– Part 1

  By Contributing Writer Dejanira Budansingh, November 2, 2016 First in a series of articles for a journalism ethics project reporting on how Hunter millennials select news sources. Five student’s were interviewed about their news consumption habits, and it turns…