This year's Lovejoy recipient, Bob Woodward, entertains a full Lorimer Chapel with his acceptance speech and stories from the field.
Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson flew back to Cairo, Egypt from Tunisia the night before the revolution broke out in January 2011
The winner of the 2006 Elijah Parish Lovejoy Award, Jerry Mitchell, returned to the Hill this week.
Terrorist threats, intelligence agencies and the WikiLeaks embassy cables represent just a few of the topics on which Scott Shane of the New York Times’ Washington Bureau has reported throughout his career. Through the Goldfarb Center-sponsored Lovejoy Journalist-in-Residence program—made possible by a grant from the Knight Foundation—Shane will visit the Hill the week of April 10.
Assistant News Editor Michael Brophy sits down with award-winning Boston Globe columnist Derrick Jackson to discuss black athletes and social change, race in the campaign of Barack Obama, and the biased (but informed) nature of being a columnist.
The United States Special Envoy for the Middle East, George Mitchell, speaks with the media before delivering a lecture on campus that evening. Mitchell, who was born in Waterville, addressed topics ranging from conflict resolution to domestic health care reform. Since mid-May, the Senator from Maine has been at work brokering discussions between Israel and the Palestinians.