The Wesleyan Argus will host a speakers series during April that will feature outstanding alumni in journalism.
The first event, “Investigative Journalism and its Future,” will be presented by Jennifer B. Kim, business reporter for The Boston Globe at 4 p.m. April 9 in Allbritton 311.
Other presentations, all of which will begin at 4 p.m., include:
– “Behind the Glossies: The Filtering of Fashion from Conception to Publication” by Michelle McCool ’95, Fashion Director, Cosmopolitan, April 16 in Allbritton 311.
– “History is News That Stays News: How News Writing Impacts the Historical Record” by Gerard Koeppel ’79, Author, Bond of Union: Building the Erie Canal and the American Empire (Da Capo, 2009), former editor/writer/producer, CBS News (1989-2000), on April 23 in PAC 001.
– “Everything I didn’t learn about writing at Wesleyan” by Tyler Cabot ’01, Features and Fiction Editor, Esquire, on April 30 in Allbritton 311.
Bios of the presenters and the full schedule can be found here. The series is supported by the Wesleyan Writing Programs.