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Photojournalism major Evan Ortiz participated in the second annual New York Portfolio Review, held April 5 and 6 at the City University of New York’s Graduate School of Journalism. More than two thousand applications were received from fine art photographers to … Continue reading
On February 28, The Alexia Foundation announced RIT photojournalism student Sarah Ann Jump has received an Alexia Award of Excellence for her project “New Roots: Refugees Resettling in America.” The project is a photographic documentation of the first year of … Continue reading
Two talented RIT photojournalism students, Evan Ortiz and Elijah Walker, have been accepted to The New York Times 2014 Student Journalism Institute. Ortiz and Walker applied to the Institute during the fall semester, submitting an essay and a portfolio of … Continue reading
Sixteen senior photojournalism students from the SPAS program spent the week of September 23-27 in Washington, D.C., visiting various media organizations and meeting with photojournalists. This amazing experience gave students a unique perspective on the photojournalism industry and a glimpse … Continue reading