Author Archives: Sandy Mui

Personal Bio and Contribution Statement

Personal Bio: Sandy Mui is the digital intern at Everytown for Gun Safety. She is currently pursuing her M.A. in Liberal Studies, on the digital humanities track, at The Graduate Center, CUNY. Following the Spring 2019 semester, she will also complete her B.S. in Journalism and Media Studies in the Macaulay Honors program at Brooklyn […]

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NYCDH Week Reflection: 360 Photo and Video Storytelling

On Tuesday, February 5, I attended the NYCDH Week workshop “Hands-on with 360 Photo and Video Storytelling” at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at the City University of New York. The instructor was Matt MacVey, who specializes in 360 video and immersive media at the J-School. This was actually a great workshop that I […]

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Immigrant Newspapers: Digital Collection of 1860-1890 New York City — Project Plan

Team Members and roles Jennifer Cheng: Developer Sandy Mui: Developer S.C. “Luci” Lucier: Project manager and Outreach Antonios Liamis: Design/UX Abstract New York is home to a thriving media sector of hundreds of community and ethnic publications, a large portion of which serve immigrant communities in their respective languages. Taking the historical route, we propose […]

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Skillsets: Sandy Mui

First, a bit about myself: my background is in journalism and digital/digital campaigning/web projects. As a journalist, I’m predominantly a writer, but I also have a lot of experience in social media management (especially Twitter), podcasting, email newsletters, and layout for The Excelsior (Brooklyn College’s student newspaper). Currently, I intern on the digital team at Everytown […]

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