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Naomi Darom, NF ’16

Nieman 80: Power September 20, 2018

By the time I read “No Logo” in 2005 I had been working in advertising for five years, and came to question what my brain power was being used for. At the time I worked in a … Read more

Jason Grotto, NF ’15

Nieman 80: Power September 20, 2018

One of the defining moments of my journalism career came when I read “The Great Tax Giveaway” by the legendary Philadelphia Inquirer reporting duo Don Barlett and James Steele. I was in graduate school at the time, … Read more

Jieqi Luo, NF ’15

Nieman 80: Power September 20, 2018

“The Death of Detainee Sun Zhigang” from 2003 was such a tremendous benchmark, shiny and high, for Chinese journalism. The story led to the initiation of a civil movement calling for an end to a controversial law that authorized local … Read more

Carlos Eduardo Huertas, NF ’12

Nieman 80: Power September 20, 2018

Like so many revolutionary entrepreneurial endeavors, CONNECTAS began in a basement. It was there in Lippmann House that I sketched out a work plan. The nonprofit CONNECTAS, launched in 2013, is now the main collaborative journalism platform … Read more

Laura Lynch, NF ’00

Nieman 80: Power September 20, 2018

Nieman 80 More Nieman Fellows on exemplary journalism that influenced them I first saw the magnificent three-part documentary series “The Champions” when I was in journalism school in Ottawa. It stood far apart from any other Canadian … Read more

Paula Molina, NF ’13

Nieman 80: Power September 20, 2018

It’s late at night. I have school tomorrow, and I know it’s time for me to be in bed. But I’m sitting in the family car with my dad. There’s a blackout. We hear the sound of police sirens, and … Read more

David Hawpe, NF ’75

Nieman 80: Power September 20, 2018

Nieman 80 More Nieman Fellows on exemplary journalism that influenced them The journalism that most influenced me was Robert Caro’s book “The Power Broker.” One of its messages is that Robert Moses had enormous, … Read more

Re-examining Lippmann’s Legacy

By Features September 20, 2018

Walter Lippmann’s long and extraordinary career embodied what magazine magnate Henry Luce described as the “American Century.” Lippmann chronicled it, tried to understand it, and ultimately shaped American politics, diplomacy, and journalism. Read more

James S. Doyle, NF ’65

Nieman 80: Power September 20, 2018

The leadership of our government became unhinged after 9/11/2001. It took me a long time to face that, and even longer to figure out how and why it happened. Nieman 80 More Nieman Fellows on exemplary … Read more

Georg Diez, NF ’17

Nieman 80: Conflict September 20, 2018

Nieman 80 More Nieman Fellows on exemplary journalism that influenced them It wasn’t the best time of my life, and then again it was, in the way that you realize only later, after it is … Read more