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On Tuesday, April 16, Columbia Global Paris Center, Le Monde in English, and  Columbia Maison Française collaborated to bring together journalists who delved into the complexities of ethical decision-making, cross-border collaboration, and the importance of trust and transparency in journalism. Content warning: Death and violence

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On Monday, New York Times climate journalist Raymond Zhong sat down with Professor Claudia Dreifus of the Columbia University School of Professional Studies to talk about his work and process.

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Mikhail Zygar, a renowned writer and journalist, spoke at the Harriman Institute regarding his new book and the beliefs and narratives that led to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

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A panel of Moscow correspondents discussed their experiences and opinions on covering Russia under media oppression and Soviet rule, and how these policies affect Russia’s present-day situation.

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Columbia Professor Claudia Dreifus hosted a talk by science journalist Laura Helmuth on journalism before, during, and after the pandemic.

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On October 10, 2021 and 2022 Cabot Prize Winners met with Columbia Journalism School’s Assistant Dean of Academic Programs and Communications Elena Cabral to discuss news coverage under dangerous conditions. Deputy Events Editor Julia Tolda writes about the riveting experience.

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On Tuesday, September 20, comics journalist Sarah “Shay” Mirk led a journalism workshop in the Zine library in Millstein, Barnard College. She was introduced by the director of the Barnard Zine Library, Jenna Freedman. 

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On May 13, President Bollinger announced that professor and journalist Jelani Cobb has been named the next Dean of Columbia Journalism School.

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The Infodemic: How Censorship and Lies Made the World Sicker and Less Free, a book newly published by Columbia Global Reports, sparked an invigorating conversation.

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On Thursday, journalist and Chief Audience Officer of nonprofit news organization Capital B, Akoto Ofori Atta, and Athena Center director Umbreen Bhatti discuss the need for news-writing for Black audiences in the wake of divisive elections and the rise of social media misinformation. 

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Panelists discussed a wide range of speech-related topics, from the Bill of Rights to the recent bomb threats to Columbia’s campus. 

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Last night, Director of the Urban and Social Policy Program at SIPA Ester Fuchs discussed her new book, Moving Forward, A Story of Hope, Hard Work, and the Promise of America. Bwogger Miyoki Walker recounts the details. TW: Depression and suicide.

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Newly crowned GSSC Bureau Chief Zöe Sottile swung by the Satow Room to cover this week’s meeting of General Studies Student Council. If you want to watch the drama and discourse yourself, check out GSSC at 8 pm on Tuesday nights.  General! Studies! Student! Council! This is the week of elections, so get out there […]

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