Alumni Talk with Andi Schreiber

Andi Schreiber became smitten with documentary photography while working as a photographer and photo editor at The Michigan Daily and contributing to the Michiganensian Yearbook. After graduating from UM School of Art (‘88) with a BFA, she worked as a photojournalist in Boston and then New York, with work appearing in numerous exhibitions & publications (New York Magazine, Huffington Post, Real Simple, LENSCRATCH).

A letter from Eugene Robinson:

In one of the columns I wrote for The Washington Post about Barack Obama's election, I said:

"Diversity is more of a journey than a destination, 
and we have to keep moving forward."

At a panel discussion on newsroom diversity during the Fall 2017 Student Publications' Reunion, it became clear that we still have farther to go on that long road. 

Photo caption: 
Eugene Robinson speaks on panel

Emma Kinery EIC 2017

"I’m not sure what attracted me to The Daily. I avidly consumed news growing up and enjoyed writing, but my high school didn’t have a school newspaper or any formal training. I saw The Daily on “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” the summer before my freshman year and it seemed like the place to be — embarrassingly, I DM’d The Daily’s Twitter account, asking how to apply.