The Manhattan Globe was launched in September 2016, the only new college-level print newspaper in the U.S. that year, according to the College Media Association and the Society of Collegiate Journalists. The reason why the publication was called the “Manhattan Globe,” suggested by co-editor Nicole Pereira, was because that first staff had seven countries represented.
For more information contact, Manhattan Globe adviser Larry Jaffee, Adjunct Assistant Professor, firstname.lastname@example.org or 917-291-2488 (Mobile)
A STUDENT PAPER.
by students, For students.
Previous Staff of 2020
Editor in Chief. Communications and Media Production, minor in Graphic Design. Graduates Dec 2022
Staff Writer. BFA in Digital Film and TV Production and Minor in Graphic Design, Filmmaker, Photographer, Video Editor. Graduates Dec 2022
Staff Writer (Music Reviews). BFA Communications & Media Production. Graduates May 2022
Production Editor. Arts editor, copy editor; Film and TV Production major, graphic design minor; Graduates May 2022;
News Editor. Global & Electronic Journalism with minor in culture and literature Graduates May 2021
Staff Writer. Communications and Media Production Graduates in Fall 2021
Photo Editor Communications and Media Production. Focusing on photojournalism. Graduates in 2022.
Launched the Manhattan Globe in 2016. Prof. Jaffee has been on the Communication Arts faculty since 2013. When he’s not teaching at NYIT, he’s writing about cybersecurity and the music business.