Listen to Pulitzer Prize winner and New York Times writer Farah Stockman’s riveting journalistic experiences

MIPA students at Pulitzer Prize winner Farah Stockman’s seminar asked driving questions that she answered with gripping stories from her investigative journalism career. Click on the play button underneath each question to hear them.

 

“When you mentioned that challenging conventional thinking is good way to be a journalist, when you’ve done that in your own career, have you ever gotten in trouble?”

      My first year at the Boston Globe...

 

“What are the ugliest parts of your career that a lot of people don’t see?”

      I think some of the ugliest...

 

“Do you do whatever you have to do even if it’s unethical to get to the endpoint of the story?”

      So one of the best pieces of journalism...

 

“How do you go about a story without invading someone’s privacy?”

      Remember how I was talking about...

 

“Looking back on going to Afghanistan, what would you say was the scariest thing?”

      There was a year that I was...

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