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Florida Crossroads

The staff of Pavement Pieces spent three days reporting stories in Florida, a state that is in the crossroads of many national issues our country is facing.   Read our work here.  

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2019 New York City Marathon

The staff of Pavement Pieces on are the course of the 2019 New York City Marathon

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The Opioid Epidemic: The Students of Pasco County

The number of opiod related deaths in Pasco County, Florida, is 30 percent higher than the state average.

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Capital Steps

The year has been a year fraught with political turmoil for much of the United States, with major changes on the horizon for many families and communities across the country. What better place to uncover and tell those stories than the epicenter of American policymaking? This year’s Reporting the Nation/Reporting New York students trekked to our nation’s capital to do […]

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2017 TCS NYC Marathon



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Election 2016: Donald Trump elected president

The votes are counted.

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Election 2016: Podcast

Students of NYU’s Reporting Multimedia hit the streets to talk election

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NYC Marathon: Tears of Joy at The Finish Line

She completed the event with the closest time to exactly 10 hours, coming in at 10:00:12.

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NYC Marathon: Running in memory of loved ones

Roman’s spirit is strong. Even after completing the longest run of her life, she had no intention of resting tonight.

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NYC Marathon: A Bronx Spectator

Keith Claxton has been attending the race for the five years in a row. A person he met on the sideline gave him the sign, but Claxton cheers for everybody.” – Photo by Lisa Setyon For the fifth year in a row, Keith Claxton, 53, of Eastchester Road in the Bronx, stood near the Willis Avenue Bridge encouraging the runners […]