Tessa Paoli (’20) and Nina Sparling (’20) report for The New York Times on how California’s plans to combat coronavirus and reduce homelessness has unraveled in one county.
In this piece for The New York Times, Robin Estrin (’21) talks to Santa Cruz’s health officer about fending off criticism as the county went from being one of the safest in the state to the site of a recent surge.
The IRP examines how scores of child abuse investigations have been delayed or sharply curtailed during the pandemic. This page one story in The New York Times was reported by the IRP’s Garrett Therolf and Daniel Lempres (’21), Aksaule Alzhan (’20), Laurence Du Sault (’20), Ricky Rodas (’20) and Alyson Stamos (’20).
In this story for The New York Times, Nick Roberts (’20) writes about how the coronavirus pandemic is resurfacing painful memories for H.I.V. survivors.
In this story for The New York Times, journalism student Thess Mostoles talks to young-adult author Kelly Yang about the surging xenophobia against Asian-Americans during Covid.
In this story for The New York Times, journalism student Anne Daugherty reports on how students and parents got an exception to California Gov. Newsom’s shelter-in-place order.
In this story for The New York Times, journalism students Max Brimelow, Julie Chang, Pedro Cota, Alex Matthews and
In this story for The New York Times, journalism students Katey Rusch and Casey Smith report on the challenges faced by prosecutors tasked with enforcing the stay-at-home order.
In this story for The New York Times, journalism student Will McCarthy reports on a 92-year-old frog-jumping contest that was upended by Covid.