NEW YORK CITY LENS
Despite a scathing audit, many New Yorkers who have used the facilities to adopt pet do not have serious complaints.
A class multimedia reporting project that examines New York City waste and de Blasio's plan for zero waste by 2030. I wrote the introduction story and broke down the mayor's various initiatives.
A Brooklyn community turns to God—and a commitment to doing better—after a tragic fire that killed seven children
March 26, 2015
The PBA is the only NYPD union that hasn’t agreed to a contract, and some see a connection to its upcoming election.
March 13, 2015
WITH A RELATIVELY LOW TUITION AT CUNY AND WITH MOST STUDENTS RECEIVING FINANCIAL AID, OBAMA'S PLAN WON'T MAKE A LARGE DIFFERENCE FOR THE CITY'S COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENTS.
February 13, 2015
WINTER STORM JUNO FORCED CANCELLATIONS OF BLOOD DRIVES, TRIGGERING SHORTAGES. THE CITY IS SCRAMBLING TO MAKE UP FOR THE LOSS.
January 29, 2015
The Columbia Journalist
November 2, 2014
Most professional athletes find their calling at a young age. Susan Reno only found hers at 36. Now in her 40s, Susan is a professional boxer who usually fights people almost half her age. But that doesn’t stop her. Jaclyn Peiser reports.
The East Village isn't what it used to be. The neighborhood's personality has changed. But one place in particular has held on to its original character. St. Mark's Church-in-the-Bowery has been on the corner of 2nd Ave. and 10th St. since 1799 and has held onto its reputation of doing things differently. Jaclyn Peiser reports.