1. 5 Questions for Pussy Riot

    Talks September 19, 2014

    Masha Alyokhina and Nadya Tolokonnikova, two founding members of Pussy Riot, a Russian punk rock collective known for its political dissent, spent almost two years in prison for “hooliganism” in connection with their performance of an anti-Putin protest song in … Read more

  2. Remembering Hsiao Ching-chang, NF ’85

    By News November 5, 2021

    History was often unkind to Hsiao Ching-chang of the Nieman class of 1985, but his intelligence, patience and good nature bore him through his travails. Mr. Hsiao, as he was known to the class, died last week at the age … Read more

  3. The Associated Press wins 2015 Taylor Family Award for Fairness in Journalism with “Seafood From Slaves”

    Awards April 6, 2016

    The Associated Press has won the 2015 Taylor Family Award for Fairness in Journalism with its trailblazing series “Seafood From Slaves,” which exposed the abusive and inhumane practices common in Southeast Asia’s fishing industry. The reporting led to the release of more than 2,000 slaves, jail time for a dozen of the offenders, a number of significant reforms and international calls for change. Read more

  4. 2005 Joe Alex Morris Jr. Lecture

    Awards March 8, 2005

    What do you say when your real life far exceeds your wildest dreams? I once heard a comedian answer, "Keep it to yourself." And while there are an increasing number of comedians masquerading as journalists, I am not yet ready to quit my day job. Read more