Westcott Nation to discuss the future of journalism

The Westcott Community Center and The University Neighbors Lecture Series Committee present Fred Fiske:

{Q}Fred Fiske: Adapt or Die: the Future of Journalism

March 24, Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.

At the Wescott Community Center{Q}

Fred Fiske has been at The Post-Standard since 1979, working as editorial page editor and is now senior writer. He was president of the National Conference of Editorial Writers in 2001, and served as a Pulitzer Prize juror in 2002 and 2003. Fred grew up as a "foreign service brat"

and lived in Europe, Asia, and Africa. He graduated from both Harvard and Columbia. He is active in the Thursday Morning Roundtable, the Onondaga Citizens League, Literacy Volunteers of Greater Syracuse, and the Vera House Foundation. He taught reporting and writing over a 10-year period at SU's Newhouse School. Fred and his wife Chris have three grown children.

They live in the university area with their three adopted children.

This series is a fund raiser for the Westcott Community Center Individual lecture price : $10 per person; Student tickets (with ID) $5.

Call 478-8634 or go to our Web site at westcottcc.org for information.


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