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Spring 2008

Spring 2008

New York Times journalist David González
David González, a reporter for The New York Times, writes the "Citywide" feature, exploring the social and cultural and economic changes in the city's neighborhoods. He has been a bureau chief for the Times in Miami, covering the Caribbean and Central America. He joined the Times in 1990 as its Bronx Bureau chief and Metro Religion reporter. Before joining the Times, he worked for Newsweek, serving as a correspondent in New York, Detroit and Miami. He has received numerous awards throughout his career including Columbia University's Mike Berger Awardfor his coverage of New York City and its neighborhoods. A native of the Bronx, Mr. González has from degrees at Yale University and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
Tuesday, April 8th, Lincoln Center at 6:00PM
"Global Reporting: A Journalist's Experience from Abroad"
Join Fordham's Global Outreach in hosting award-winning author Luisita López Torregrosa as she speaks on her experiences living in and reporting from various regions around the world, including South America and Asia. Ms. Torregrosa is currently an adjunct Professor of Communication and Latin American and Latino Studies at Fordham College - Lincoln Center.
Wednesday, March 5th, Lincoln Center

Co-sponsored by the Latin American and Latino Studies Program and the American Studies Program.

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