Student Work

Students in the Department of Journalism produce written articles, audio projects, videos, photo essays, multimedia works, and much more. Our students have published their work in the major media outlets in Philadelphia, New York, Washington and all over the United States.

Temple’s Steve Addazio on Temple passion (video)
Temple Senior, Dan McKinney catches up with the new head man at Temple to get his thoughts on what makes Temple so great.
The DiBruno Brothers’ Story (multimedia)
Grace Dickinson’s audio slideshow tells the story of one of Philadelphia’s most famous food emporiums: DiBruno Brothers. Third-generation DiBruno family member Emillio Mignucci describes how this Philadelphia institution got started.
Working Philadelphia: The Urban Saloon (multimedia)
Kara Mallon’s audio slideshow goes behind the scenes to the Urban Saloon, where most days the crowd consists of long-term neighborhood residents who like to unwind and watch sports. On the weekends it’s a different story, however, as young professionals with children flock to the Fairmount eatery. Executive chef Steven Regosh tells his story.
Philly Sports Owls @Temple (blog)
Joey Cranny’s blog covers the latest news about the Temple Owls and Philadelphia’s local sports teams. Cranny covers everything from Temple football, Temple women’s tennis, the Philadelphia Phillies and even the Pittsburgh Steelers. A must-read for the multiple sports enthusiast.
Pistola Press (blog)
Colin Kerrigan manages this Philadelphia music blog that highlights both up-and-coming and established artists with recent news, live coverage, interviews, tour schedules and more.
Food Fitness Fresh Air (blog)
Grace Dickinson shares her passion for nature, culture, food, fitness and yoga on her blog, which features vegan recipes, reviews, photography and meditations on life.
Brotherly Love Sports (blog)
Raymond Boyd writes informative and entertaining commentary on Philadelphia’s professional sports teams
Schuter: Sarah Schu Photography (blog)
Sarah Schuter’s photography illuminates the intimate details of the world. Her work invites viewers to reconsider the small things of every day life.
Jessie Fox Photography (blog)
Jessie Fox publishes mini photo essays about life in Philadephia on his photo blog.
Kara Mortellite’s Portfolio (blog)
Kara Mortellite is a photography student who experiments in a variety of new media formats.
Journey to Square One (multimedia)
Journalism student Nicole Volpicelli documents her mother’s search for her biological family, leading to an initial meeting that takes the Pennsylvania resident to Carson Carson City, NV.
Countdown to Kickoff (video)
As part of his internship with the Philadelphia Union, journalism major Dan McKinney created a promotional video for the Major League Soccer team’s opening game of its inaugural season.
Born Too Soon (radio)
Broadcast Journalism major Dan Koob reports on the extraordinary experiences of the parents, patients and nurses of the Intensive Care Nursery at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia.
Through the Lens (blog)
Journalism major Dan McKinney writes a blog about life as a Temple student.
Dateline: Accra (blog)
Journalism major Steven Zook spent the summer in Accra, Ghana. He recorded his experiences in a multimedia blog.
The Penny Jar (blog)
Journalism student Rosella Elanor LaFevre writes a personal blog reflecting on life and loves and writing in Philadelphia.
All Sports Arena (blog)
Broadcast Journalism major Shaun Gallagher is the voice of All Sports Arena, a blog designed to stimulate discussion about sports.
Fairhill Says: “Fix Our Abandoned Homes” (multimedia)
Magazine student Marie Tedesco interviews residents of the Fairhill section of Philadelphia about the impact of abandoned houses on their neighborhood.
Daren Dieter, Survivor (audio slideshow)
Photojournalism student Faye Murman interviews Daren Dieter who is recovering from a gunshot wound that has him in a wheel chair and dependent on respirators.
The Hacks of West Philadelphia (broadcasting)
Broadcast Journalism student Kamali Whitney reports on the illegal taxi business in West Philadelphia. Includes interviews with the drivers (hacks), customers and Philadelphia taxi officials.
Terence Lee Reports on Pennsylvania Primary (broadcasting)
Broadcast Journalism student Terrence Lee reports on the Pennsylvania Primary for ABC News Now!
The Gathering (mutlimedia)
Temple student Stacy Nelson documents the Gathering, the longest-running Hip Hop event in Philadelphia.
A Chilling Wake-Up Call (article)
Temple student Chris Banks’ heart-felt story about the death of his father was published in The Philadelphia Daily News on July 11, 2007.
Moving in on Yorktown (audio slide show)
Students Rachel Madel and Michelle Sears lived in a shared house in the Yorktown section of Philadelphia, close to the Temple campus. Little did they know that they were living there illegally, four girls in a house zoned as a single-family residence. After being evicted they investigated the story more thoroughly, talking to Yorktown residents and Temple housing officials.