Boston Marathon bombings

Boston Strong

By Nieman Notes July 17, 2014

A year ago, I was lapping up all Harvard had to offer, from poetry criticism with Helen Vendler to economic policy with Larry Summers. Even more compelling were my fellow fellows. Last April, with the daffodils and tulips in … Read more

Terror at Home, Abroad

Features June 13, 2013

Click to enlarge. Image courtesy of the Newseum As the Boston Marathon bombing story continued to develop over the weekend, Nieman Fellows reported on the events, offering perspective from around the … Read more

“The Story of a Lifetime”

By Journalist’s Trade June 13, 2013

Brian McGrory, 51, was named editor of The Boston Globe just four months before the Boston Marathon bombings captured the world’s attention. Ten days into that coverage, McGrory spoke with David L. Marcus, NF ’96, the Globe’s former diplomatic correspondent, … Read more

Reporting on Radicalization

By Opinion June 13, 2013

Massachusetts Institute of Technology student Hajar Boughoula of Tunisia writes a message on the ground with chalk near a makeshift memorial for fallen MIT police officer Sean Collier on the school’s campus in Cambridge. Read more

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