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The Russian Revolution
Sokolsky would later become a prominent foe of...
The Sunday Times
In more than 40 years as Sunday editor of the New York Times, beginning in 1923...
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One of the most admired journalists of the 20th century, Liebling covered World...
Until Poynter helped found Congressional Quarterly in 1945, small newsrooms and...
Creating the Postwar World
Writing for the New York Herald Tribune before his legendary...
Fighting Jim Crow
After spending a formative year at the Journalism School, Carter left before...
Uprisings in the USSR
In an era when accounts of the USSR were often tainted by ideology, Lewis...
The Civil Rights Movement
Benjamin Fine â32 was in Arkansas to report for the New York Times on the...
As head of the New York Timesâ Moscow bureau, Jorden was in Russia when the...
Integrating New Orleans
Reporting for the Associated Press, Zinman vividly portrayed the courage and...
Boylan helped launch a great tradition of deep reporting on journalism and the...
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The Movies as Art
Beginning at the New York Herald Tribune in 1963, and serving for decades as one...
Chinaâs Cultural Revolution
Elegant, who covered East Asia and served as...
The Globalization of Crime
Karmin won a Pulitzer Prize for reportingÂ âÂ at great risk to himself and...
Life in the Ghetto
In the aftermath of the Watts riots, Joe Saltzman â62 produced a...
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South African Apartheid
Hoagland won an International Reporting Pulitzer for his penetrating work about...
Perhaps best known for his arts criticism and conversations with great...
As managing editor of the Washington Post, Simons received the first phone call...
As a reporter for NBC News, Stern made groundbreaking use of the Freedom of...
The Last Flight from Da Nang
Dunning produced an unforgettable CBSÂ Evening NewsÂ segment about the chaotic...
The Last Years of Josef Mengele
After years of intrepid reporting on the hunt for Nazi war criminals amid the...
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South Africa in Black and White
Lelyveld won a Pulitzer Prize for his book "Move Your...
Christmas in Vietnam
Many years after spending a Christmas serving in Vietnam, James Lubetkin...
The Secret Government
Konner (later to become dean of the Journalism School...
Tragedy in Tiananmen Square
As executive producer of the CBS Evening News, Bettag oversaw...
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The Voices of Women in Asia
Bumiller advanced global understanding of the experiences of South Asian and...
Dwyer offered an intimate look at the human faces behind and within Americaâs...
Fall of the USSR
In "Seven Days That Shook the World: The Collapse of Soviet...
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In her book Train Go Sorry: Inside a Deaf World, Cohen sensitively portrayed the...
The Lives of Muslim Women
Brooks raised public awareness of the diverse experiences...
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The Color of Water
In his best-selling book The Color of Water: A Black Manâs Tribute to his...
Tuesdays with Morrie
Albom inspired millions of readers with his heartwarming account of the wit...
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How Race Is Lived in America
Ojito, now a professor at the Journalism School, shared a Pulitzer Prize for...
The Faces of Poverty
The global journey of Rivera-Ortiz to document the experience of impoverished...
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The Clergy Sex Abuse Scandal
McNamara helped expose sexual abuse perpetrated by Catholic...
A Broken Child Welfare System
Barak Goodman â86 was a producer for a hard-hitting three-part Frontline...
'On Top of the World'
Revkin took his audience on an extraordinary journey to the âpirouetting ice...
Tyranny in Zimbabwe
In commentary for the Guardian written shortly after he was expelled from...
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Stephanie Stokes â83, Jim Varney â89, Michael Keller â05, Joshua Norman...
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The Human Elvis
In Elvis and The Memphis Mafia,Â Nash dug beneath decades of mythmaking to piece...
An Imam in America
Andrea Elliott â99 earned a Feature Writing Pulitzer Prize for her sensitive...
Uncovering the Armenian Genocide
In a fascinating story published in Legal Affairs magazine, Michael Bobelian...
Tragedy in Darfur
Polgreen won a George Polk Prize for Foreign Reporting for her empathetic and...
The Great Recession
Cho won the Best of Knight-Bagehot Business Journalism Award for his lucid and...
In a provocative commentary for KERA, the NPR affiliate in Dallas-Fort Worth...
Sports and Coronary Health
Reporting for Sports Illustrated, David Epstein â04 delved into hypertrophic...
The Obama Election
Offering insightful and enterprising coverage on CNN, Malveaux played an...
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Chivers shared a Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting with other New York...
Editor-in-chief Niknejad founded the online outlet Tehran...
Faces of Iranian Protest
Writing in the Los Angeles Times, Daragahi crafted evocative portraits of the...
An Overstretched Justice System
Chang won the Daniel Schorr Journalism Prize for her incisive...
The Wreck of the Lady Mary
Nutt won the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for Feature Writing for superlative reporting...
Big Banks in the Post-Bailout Era
In a series for the New York Times, Louise Story â05 reported on the...
Disaster in Japan
A 9.0 earthquake and subsequent tsunami and nuclear meltdown in 2011 subjected...
The Struggle for India's Future
Writing in Indiaâs journal The Caravan, Vinod K. Jose (MA â08) crafted an...