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This issue, catch up on news about OPC Foundation scholars Tess Taylor and Kantaro Komiya, OPC Award winner Dieu Nalio Chery, OPC Governor Beth Knobel, and OPC members Kathy Gannon, Elena Becatoros, Mellissa Fung, Rachel Donadio and Claudia Rosett.
This installment of the People column features updates on OPC Foundation Scholars Meg Bernhard, Yi-Ling Liu and Mayank S. Bubna; OPC officer Azmat Khan, members Robert Nickelsberg, Jonathan Katz, Bill Gentile, Scott Sayare, Daniel Berehulak; and past OPC Award winners Kiana Hayeri, Meridith Kohut, Tyler Hicks, Adriana Zehbrauskas; and OPC micro-grant recipient Adam Ferguson as well as remembrances of Carlos Tejada.
This week, read updates on OPC Foundation scholars Sarah Trent and Uliana Pavlova, OPC Past President David A. Andelman, OPC members Valerie Hopkins, Krithika Varagur, Amanda Florian and Hikmat Noori, past OPC Award winner Raja Abdulrahim, OPC Foundation board member Tony Cavin, and OPC Awards judge Amanda Bennett.
This installment, read updates on OPC Foundation scholars Rose Gilbert, Diana Kruzman, Kira Leadholm, Arno Pedram, Meg Bernhard and Claire Parker; OPC micro-grant recipient Bhat Burhan; members Andrew Nagorski, Seth Herald, Jim Brooke and Barbie Nadeau; past OPC award winner André Liohn; and Governor Raney Aronson-Rath.
SCHOLARS Tre’Vaughn Howard, the 2021 Nathan S. Bienstock Memorial Scholarship winner, is now working as a digital associate producer on the CBS News social media team in New York. Rajiv Golla, the Walter and Betsy Cronkite Fellowship winner in 2017, is now a senior editor for a podcast studio called Campside Media. Golla spent the…
This installment, read news about OPC Foundation scholars Sandali Handagama, Meg Bernhard, Tim Patterson, John Ismay, Alexander Saeedy, Jeff Horwitz, Georgia Wells, Simon Akam, Sun Yu and Garance Burke; OPC member and Foundation scholar Krithika Varagur, Governors Farnaz Fassihi and Vivienne Walt, OPC members Anand Gopal, Dana Thomas, James Brooke, Adam Ferguson and Lilia Hassan, and OPC Foundation Secretary Karen Toulon.
This issue, catch up on OPC Foundation scholars Matthew Reysio-Cruz, Rose Gilbert, Annie Todd, Dake Kang, Valerie Hopkins, Simon Akam, Maria Repnikova and Ben Hubbard; OPC members and Governors Amanda Sperber, Abigail Pesta, Vivienne Walt, John Daniszewski, Farnaz Fassihi, and John Koppisch; and past OPC panelist Adriana Zehbrauskas, media news about Sharon Moshavi and a remembrance of photographer and OPC Citation for Excellence winner Danish Siddiqui.
This issue, see updates on OPC Foundation scholars Luca Powell, Anna Kaiser, Annie Rosenthal, Jack Stone Truitt, Genevieve Finn, Sophia Jones, Marton Dunai; and OPC members Jaime FlorCruz, Pete Hamill, Judith Matloff, Madeline Gunderson, Kenneth R. Rosen, Aurora Almendral, Jessica Obert, Megha Rajagopalan and Kristen Chick.
In this installment of People, catch up on OPC Foundation scholars Brett Simpson, Annie Todd, A.J. Naddaff, Claire Parker, Serginho Roosblad, Jp Lawrence, Portia Crowe and Tess Taylor; notable awards for people with ties to the OPC including Lila Hassan, Steve Raymer, Rukmini Callimachi, Megha Rajagopalan, Alison Killing, Christo Buschek, Joshua Irwandi, Dake Kang, Margie Mason, Robin McDowell and Tyler Hicks; and updates on members Jodi Schneider, Sarah Lubman , Abigail Pesta, Andrew Nagorski and Ben Taub as well as OPC award winners Maggie Anderson and Maria Hinojosa.
This week, updates on OPC Foundation scholars Kantaro Komiya, Sandali Handagama and Diana Kruzman; OPC members Mellissa Fung, Brady Ng, Cassandra Vinograd, Abigail Pesta, Martin Smith, Robert Nickelsberg and Nicolas Niarchos; and past OPC award winners Molly Hennessy-Fiske, Carolyn Cole and a remembrance of citation winner Clarence A. Robinson Jr.