Nieman Moments

Philip Meyer, NF ’67

By Nieman Moments September 24, 2013

A reporter in the Washington bureau of the Knight newspapers, Meyer arrived at Harvard to learn how to apply social science research to reporting. The result: The invention of precision journalism … Read more

A.B. Guthrie Jr., NF ’45

By Nieman Moments September 24, 2013

Guthrie (1901–1991), who spent 21 years at The Lexington (Ky.) Leader, called the Nieman Fellowship his “big break.” English professor Theodore Morrison helped him write the novel “The Way West,” which won the 1950 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction … Read more