May 27 2015 Alumna Madison Peace ‘12 recently received a $7,500 grant from the Robert Novak Journalism Fellowship Program to report an in-depth feature story or series on the criminal justice system. Her project is titled “Breaking Free: The damaging effects of incarceration on the family and how prison reform can help stop the cycle […]
Her reporting career has spanned some of the most significant events in recent history: the 9/11 attacks, the Oklahoma City bombing trial, the handover of Hong Kong, Pope John Paul's death, and the Arab-Israeli conflict.
The Global Media Project will expand its focus to include professional development and continuing education.
U.S. business editor of The Economist Matthew Bishop talked about the increasing risks to journalists around the world during his keynote speech at the launch event for The Phillips Journalism Institute at The King's College in New York City on Sept. 18.
The "New York Times" Deputy Metropolitan Editor, Michael Luo, spoke at The King’s College about faith and work, in a lecture entitled, “Articles of Faith: A Believer's Journey Through The New York Times.”