This year's contest is now closed. We're pleased to invite undergraduate and graduate university students to apply for The New York Times 2020 Win-a-Trip contest.Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Nicholas Kristof has been holding the contest since 2006, and the winner will join him on a reporting trip to a country or region facing development challenges.
The Op-Ed columnist Nicholas Kristof wrotes about human rights and the effects of globalization, focusing on third-world countries. I think religion is part of the problem, but can also be part of the solution, and Jimmy Carter has a fascinating analysis of this question.
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Nicholas Kristof has been a columnist for The New York Times since 2001. He grew up on a farm in Oregon, graduated from Harvard, studied law at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar, and then.Learn More
Posted: May 25, 2006. Entering a New York Times writing contest is like putting a message in a bottle: it requires an enormous leap of faith. Melissa Yasinow '06 took that leap earlier this spring when she submitted an essay to a contest held by Times columnist Nicholas Kristof. The grand prize winner would not only go on a ten-day journalism expedition with Kristof into the heart of Africa.Learn More
Nicholas Kristof. Nicholas D. Kristof, a columnist for The New York Times since 2001, is a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner and has co-authored several books with his wife, Sheryl WuDunn, including “Half the Sky: From Oppression to Opportunity for Women Worldwide.” Read the Essay.Learn More
Pager was selected from hundreds of applicants for Kristof’s annual win-a-trip contest. It’s likely the pair will travel to Central African Republic, one of the poorest and most troubled countries in the world, according to Kristof. Pager will write stories for The New York Times’ website. Kristof said he hoped Pager’s reporting would draw student readers to the site and said he valued.Learn More
Nicholas does a great job developing his ethos in his essay and his prior experience in the field only adds to his credibility, which in turn makes his essay more persuasive. Aside from displaying and building a good ethos Nicholas also excelled in formulating an effective logos. Kristof shines in his development of his logos. He uses a.Learn More
The 2013-14 Campus Community Book Project is more than words on paper. The book, Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide, is also a movement. The 2009 book by Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn is “a passionate call to arms against our era’s most pervasive human rights violation: the oppression of women and girls in the developing world,”.Learn More
Bullying is a topic that comes up with some frequency on GeekMom, so I wanted to make sure that our readers were aware of a teen essay-writing contest just announced by New York Times columnist.Learn More
Highly recommended free contest gives US college and graduate students the opportunity to go on a reporting trip in the developing world with New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof. Prize includes stipend for meals, lodging, and airfare. Winner will blog on NY Times website. Students must be at least 18 years old. Submit essay, 700 words maximum, on one of the two prompts listed on either.Learn More
Cronkite student Mia Armstrong won a national contest to accompany New York Times columnist Nick Kristof on a summer reporting trip to Guatemala, Haiti or American Indian reservations. An Arizona State University student at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication has won a national contest to accompany New York Times Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Nicholas Kristof on.Learn More
Win an international reporting trip with The New York Times. Monday, December 02, 2013. Students currently enrolled in an American college or university, either as an undergraduate or graduate, are encouraged to enter the win-a-trip contest held by The New York Times. The winner will travel with Times reporter Nicholas Kristof to the developing world, write for Kristof’s blog, On the Ground.Learn More
In this article, Nicholas Kristof asserts that human trafficking has contributed largely to modern day slavery. He writes that human trafficking has not only emerged as a big human rights issue in this century but it has become an awful, convoluted euphemism. To develop this article, he writes how Meena, an Indian girl, was trafficked into a brothel at the age of 13 and forced into.Learn More
By Liz Warren. I was disturbed by PBS’s new film, Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women.The two-part series is inspired by the 2010 book of the same name written by New York Times reporter Nicholas Kristof and his wife, Sheryl WuDunn. Accompanied by high profile celebrities, Kristof takes viewers on a tour of the dangers that women face in the developing world.Learn More