Brief life of a “pneumatic” journalist: 1929-1991
John Powers’s Olympic reporting began in 1976 and continues uninterrupted with his dispatches from London.
A young journalist gains experience in Chile.
An undergraduate journalism intern in France gets lost in translation, but found by new friends.
Janny Scott ’77 introduces Barack Obama’s mother to a wider audience.
With the appointment of Jill Abramson ’76 as executive editor, we take a look back at pathbreaking Harvard student journalists who helped change the nation’s premier newspaper.
First woman to fill the newspaper’s top editorial post
Recognized for reporting on inequality and for career achievement
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ann Marie Lipinski succeeds Bob Giles.
Andrew Sullivan’s views are predictable in only one way: always stimulating.
Excerpts from Andrew Sullivan’s blog
The veteran journalist is chief international correspondent for CNN.
A recent Harvard College graduate at the helm of a D.C. institution.