Alicia Gomez ’24 covers the UConn Formula SAE team, where students design, build and race a car for a national competition in May 2023. Produced with contributions from Esther Ju ’23 and Zareen Reza ’23.
By Esther Ju, Visual Journalism | April 17, 2023 For my final project for JOUR3065: Visual Journalism, I filmed and edited a short video profile about my subject, Isabella ‘Izzy’ Aristizabal, who I had been photographing during most of the semester. As I got to know Izzy, I learned more about her childhood spent in ColombiaContinue reading “Video Profile: UConn Animal Science Major Isabella Aristizabal”
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By Connor Donahue | UConn Journalism May 21, 2019 Watch the explainer video below to learn about the $45 ice rink upgrade at the University of Connecticut and the next chapter of the UConn men’s hockey program as it competes in the top-tier Hockey East conference. Additional reading: The Hartford Courant interviewed a UConn spokesperson aboutContinue reading “Next chapter of UConn Men’s Ice Hockey causing hesitation”
By AMANDA CABRAL | UConn Journalism May 10, 2019 This video is a special social media promotional advertisement made for TheRoundupCT’s newsletter. Senior members of TheRoundupCT team each completed an independent study project during the Spring 2019 semester. I chose to create this video, starring Lucian Hatfield (Theatre Studies, left), Sophia Pelletier (Journalism and Communications, middle)Continue reading “#TheRoundupCT Video Promo”
By Adam Hushin, UConn Journalism May 9, 2019 Freedom of peaceful assembly is one of the rights Americans can exercise thanks to the First Amendment. Watch this animation to understand the recipe for a successful protest or rally. Listen to an accompanying “Behind the Stories” podcast on Soundcloud to understand what goes into organizing a protestContinue reading “How to measure the success of a protest”
By Jason Jiang and Neel Razdan. Produced as part of Prof. Steve Smith’s advanced visual journalism course, Dec. 2017.
By NEEL RAZDAN. Joseline Tlacomulco is an undocumented student at the University of Connecticut and an activist for immigrant rights.
A faculty-chosen group of University of Connecticut journalism majors set off in January 2017 to bring light to the food desert in Hartford, Connecticut.