Syracuse University Students Take Part in National Project

The work of some Syracuse University students is mentioned in this National Public Radio web site piece on a national program to promote new styles of reporting.

News21 is a national project that is funded by a Carnegie and Knight initiative . Syracuse is one of two schools from Region 1 – the other is Columbia University – that are participating in the News21 program.

Syracuse students focused their reporting on how veterans adjust to life outside the military. Here’s a link to the blog that the Syracuse journalists kept while working on the project.

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