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Letter from Dean Coll on Recent Events

Dean Steve Coll writes in support of all our faculty and staff, and also in appreciation of the great work many of our alumni have done under pressure in recent days.

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Columbia News Service Launches

Columbia Journalism School is excited to announce the launch of Columbia News Service, a digital news platform featuring exceptional work by graduate students.

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Investigating 'Whose Vote Counts' with the Voter Access Project

For more than a year, postgraduate fellows from the Columbia Journalism Investigations Voter Access Project have partnered with USA Today Network and PBS Frontline to investigate issues surrounding voter disenfranchisement in the lead-up to the 2020 presidential election. In this Q&A, we find out how they investigated the stories behind the documentary "Whose Vote Counts."

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Columbia Journalism School Welcomes Winnie O'Kelley as New Dean of Academic Affairs

Dean of Columbia Journalism School Stephen Coll announced today that Winnie O’Kelley, a veteran journalist and editor who has overseen prize-winning investigative reporting in business and economics and who serves as an Executive Editor of Bloomberg News, will become the next Dean of Academic Affairs beginning Jan. 1.

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Maria Moors Cabot Prize Jury Condemns Escalation of Attacks on El Faro and Carlos Dada / El Jurado del Premio Maria Moors Cabot condena la escalada de ataques contra El Faro y Carlos Dada

The Maria Moors Cabot Prize Jury strongly condemns the escalation of attacks, threats and intimidation by the government of El Salvador and its followers targeting El Faro and its founder, Mr. Carlos Dada, a member of the Cabot Jury who was awarded the Cabot Prize in 2011 for his outstanding journalism.

El Jurado del Premio Maria Moors Cabot condena enérgicamente la escalada de ataques, amenazas e intimidación por parte del gobierno de El Salvador y sus seguidores contra El Faro y su fundador, el señor Carlos Dada, integrante del Jurado quien recibió el Premio Cabot en 2011 por la excelencia de su trabajo periodístico.