Our students cover it all

Whether online, in print, on radio or on camera, Klein College students cover a wide range of subjects, from community meetings and political events to music, sports and diverse cultures. The work they produce helps them to hone skills in reporting and writing as well as video production and basic web design. Take a look at these examples of work from students in the journalism program.

Northeast: Combatting Addiction, Starting With A Conversation:

In Northeast Philadelphia, Fox Chase at CORA (Counseling Or Referral Assistance) has been holding forums to discuss opiod addiction and what can be done about it.

Kingsessing: African Cultural Alliance Pushes For Small Businesses:

The African Cultural Alliance of North America, located in the Kingsessing area, offers free consolutations to African business owners—hoping to have better representation for African-owned business.

West Philadelphia: Local organizations tackle food insecurity:

Every Tuesday and Saturday, Community Solutions, a private, grassroots West Philadelphia-based organization, provides free groceries at four different locations.

Living Free:

Students created this award-winning project in a course called Solutions Journalism: Covering Addiction, through which they spent a semester reporting on addiction and recovery solutions in Philadelphia.