Posts Tagged ‘Collin Orcutt’

We’ve got bylines!

September 22nd, 2012 by Jack Styczynski

Shamanth Rao’s story about the comeback of the West Side Tennis Club made The Queens Courier.

And congrats to Nathan Place for his Mott Haven Herald article on a teen robbery spike.

In other news…

When it comes to quality-of-life summonses, Mott Haven is number 1!

If you’re a TV news junkie, there’s a new archive for you.  Read all about it.

Former J-school student Collin Orcutt has become the Derek Jeter of Sports Illustrated.

Congrats to our latest entrepreneurs!

December 11th, 2009 by Jack Styczynski

Some worthy recipients.  Much love to my former students Jenni Avins, Ben Fractenberg and Collin Orcutt, in particular.

Catching up on bylines

May 12th, 2009 by Jack Styczynski

I’ll start reviewing the quizzes Wednesday and have them back to you by week’s end.  I’ll also post a general quiz recap here on the blog.  In the meantime, I need to catch up on posting some class bylines from the past month…

Tim Persinko has been a Daily News regular, with a Good Friday feature, a shared front page byline for a story on the Swine Flu in Queens, a tale of a home run ball and briefs on a shooting and rising postal rates.

Ben Fractenberg has also been a busy man, first putting his 155-pound physique up against a giant in an arm wrestling contest (Note to Ben: I weigh 140; shoot for me next time), then reporting on “less strenuous” warm weather, auto accident and math stories, all for the Daily News.  Yesterday he had another story on “The Local” blog for the New York Times about a new TV show.

Meanwhile, Kristen Joy Watts and Mary Stachyra have continued their work on “The Local” too.   Kristen added some text to a previously mentioned slideshow on a labor services representative and Mary covered a public meeting on postal problems.  Kudos also to Kristen and another of my past Craft I students on a big time honor!

Last but not least, Marcella Veneziale wrote about growing noise complaints in Chelsea and the potential impact of a proposed outdoor advertising law, and Joe Walker produced a story and slideshow on the Building Green Expo.

More credit where credit is due

December 15th, 2008 by Jack Styczynski

We have a bunch of stuff getting in under the wire as the semester comes to a close…

Nicole Turso wrote about a Balloonatic in the Queens Courier.

Karina Ioffee also had a byline in the QC about a Sari maker.

Collin Orcutt and Michael Preston are still on the case of the newest Villanova Wildcat.

On the New York City News Service, Nicholas Martinez and Brian Winkowski produced a video on the battle to save Admirals’ Row.

Geneva Sands-Sadowitz took on the dirty topic of urban composting.

Last but not least, Kate Nocera provides a great Christmas laugh.  (See where a little self-promotion gets ya, Kate?)

More (sports) bylines

December 8th, 2008 by Jack Styczynski

Better late than never, congratulations to Kristen Joy Watts for a Law Times story on Toronto’s Fatboys in the New York City Marathon.

Michael Preston and Collin Orcutt also produced a video on high school baller Dominic Cheek.

Last but not least, Hoops Orcutt continues to stand by his Lakers prediction in his latest entry on the Men’s Fitness blog.

(Almost forgot, the teacher joined in the fun too!)

Bylines of the week

November 23rd, 2008 by Jack Styczynski

Congrats to Sarah Trefethen for her story on a new Bronx church in the Norwood News. Collin Orcutt also had his weekly take on the NBA on the Men’s Fitness blog.

This week in Orcutt-ville…

November 17th, 2008 by Jack Styczynski

Collin keeps stacking up the bylines…a marathon story in his hometown paper, and of course, the Men’s Fitness blog.

Election day bylines

November 9th, 2008 by Jack Styczynski

Great work for the New York City News Service…

Several members of Steve’s class collaborated on Young Voters Speak.

Igor Kossov went solo for A Tale of Two Neighborhoods.

Karina Ioffee had a brief story on a Queens teen.

Plenty of audio dispatches filed too.  Rachel Senatore here and here.  Lindsay Lazarski here and here.  Geneva Sands-Sadowitz here.  Maya Pope-Chappell here, here and here.

Several members of Tim’s class collaborated here, here, here, here and here.

Robert Voris went solo for Backlogs Snag Citizenship Hopefuls.

Lastly, Collin Orcutt’s participation in a couple of the collaborations above didn’t keep him from filing his weekly blog entry at Men’s Fitness.

Keep up the good work!

November 3rd, 2008 by Jack Styczynski

More bylines for Maya Pope-Chappell at the Amsterdam News and Collin Orcutt at Men’s Fitness.  Also this week, we get entries from Anastasia Economides in the Queens Courier and Lindsay Lazarski in the Huffington Post.  So score two for Team Tim and two for the Strass-class.  Congrats again.

More student bylines

October 27th, 2008 by Jack Styczynski

Kudos to Karina Ioffee of Steve Strasser’s class for her slay sentencing story in the Queens Chronicle and Collin Orcutt of Tim Harper’s class for his NFL roundup at MensFitness.com.  (But Collin, I beg you, don’t talk up my Saints anymore.)