Since 1938, the Nieman Foundation for Journalism has brought more than 1,500 promising and accomplished journalists from 93 countries to Harvard for a year of study, innovation and experimentation.
The Nieman Foundation publishes Nieman Reports, a website and quarterly magazine chronicling contemporary challenges and opportunities in journalism; Nieman Journalism Lab, a website reporting on digital media innovation; Nieman Storyboard, a website exploring the art and craft of nonfiction storytelling; as well as a series of print and e-books about current issues in journalism
"And one day he made an error, and then struck out, and it sounded like all of Fenway was booing, and he ran to the bench with his head down, the red rising in his face, the shame in his belly, and the rage. Ted thought: These are the ones who cheered, the fans I waved my cap to? Well, never again."
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