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For the Spring 2015 semester, Nixon Kariithi has been named the Ratner Visiting Business Journalist. Kariithi has long been deeply involved in training business journalists in East Africa, including years as the Pearson Chair of Economics Journalism at Rhodes University in South Africa.
Leading war correspondents and photographers discussed their work at a panel discussion, Crisis Reporting in a Volatile World, on March 3.
Journalism students had the opportunity to travel to Cuba during the winter term and cover the country’s emerging entrepreneurial sector. Read their stories.
On Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014, Prof. Davis, director of the Sidney Harman Writer-in-Residence Program, read from her new novel Into the Go-Slow.
Betty Wong, who was the Global Managing Editor of Thomson Reuters, was the Fall 2014 Ratner Distinguished Visiting Business Journalist.
At a gathering in October, Mary Gaitskill, the fall 2014 Writer-In-Residence, read an excerpt from her short memoir, "Lost Cat," which was published in the summer 2009 issue of Granta. Brenda Shaunessy, Gish Jen, Hilton Als, Katherine Vaz and Laurie Schek.
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