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Crimson Staffers Win Christopher J. Georges Fellowship

Awards April 6, 2004

Michael M. Grynbaum and Stephen M. Marks will report on Harvard College admissions policies and processes through a fellowship awarded by The Christopher J. Georges Fellowship Fund. Grynbaum covers local and national politics, and Marks covers the university administration as members of The Harvard Crimson staff. Read more

Columbia and Nieman Foundation Announce 2004 Lukas Prize Project Awards

Awards March 29, 2004

A definitive work on the Vietnam era by David Maraniss, a biography of photographer Eadweard Muybridge by Rebecca Solnit and an examination of slavery by John Bowe were named the winners of this year's J. Anthony Lukas Prize Project Awards by the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and the Nieman Foundation at Harvard University. Read more

Hartford Courant Wins Taylor Award For Fairness In Newspapers

Awards April 18, 2002

An article by Les Gura of the Hartford Courant about an instructor at Yale University, who became the focus of stories that unfairly cast him as a murder suspect, is the inaugural winner of the Taylor Family Award for Fairness in Newspapers. The award, endowed by the former publisher of The Boston Globe and the Taylor family, carries a $10,000 prize. Read more