journalism & theory

  • Kleine Klaus 16 - Halle, die "Tripperburg" und ich

    Feature about venereological stations in the GDR, awarded the Prix Europa Student Award

  • Ein Schwarz-Weiß-Photo einer Person, die in der Dunkelheit steht und auf ihr Handy schaut. Das Gesicht ist erleuchtet.
    Grauwert 303

    A niche podcast from the microcosm of illegal graffiti

  • nachhaltig.kritisch

    A journalistic instagram channel

  • Choose your own Future

    A journalistic Serious Game about discrimination factors

  • Nabelschau

    Why people get children. A web dossier about the question of children

  • Grenzenlos - Pathways after the turn

    A journalistic webspecial for the Unity Jubilee 2015

In the two years of the program’s existence, students have developed and realized projects, some of them in cooperation with the various partners, on a variety of topics.

In the third semester, each class develops a digital, usually journalistic class project in which social, political and scientific contexts are examined. At the end of the program, there is a practical master project in addition to a thesis. Students, either working independently or in a team, choose a topic and realize it in digital, journalistic form. The projects range from dossiers to podcasts to journalistic Instagram channels and media-education projects. Projects from recent years are compiled in the Showroom.


Climate and Future

These projects are dedicated to the climate crisis, its tangible consequences and ideas on how we can nevertheless shape a better future.

Identity and Society

Who am I and why? These projects provide answers.

Experience and Remembrance

Since 2007, we have been working on the stories behind the stumbling blocks in the film series Stolpersteine - Filme gegen das Vergessen. Other stories and historical biographies are also included in these projects:

Halle and Saxony-Anhalt

These projects deal with topics right on your own doorstep or in the immediate vicinity: