Past Events

Boston Globe
March 28, 2012
Friendship, Rivalry and Betrayal in Art

Pierson College Master’s Tea

Chef/Owner of PRUNE in New York City
March 22, 2012
Writing About Food

Saybrook College Master’s Tea

Chief Book Critic for Time Magazine
February 27, 2012
Criticism Outside the Classroom - A Reviewer Talks about His Work

Calhoun College Master’s Tea

Contributing Editor, National Journal
February 21, 2012
Russia in the After-America World

Calhoun College Master’s Tea

New York Times Film Critic
February 15, 2012
Bollywood: 21st Century Dream Factory

Pierson College Master’s Tea

NBC News
February 2, 2012
Covering science and medicine on TV: the potentials and pitfalls

Berkeley College Master’s Tea

January 19, 2012
Margo Jefferson joined the New York Times as a critic on the culture desk in 1993, served as Sunday theater critic beginning in 1995, and since 1996 has been the critic-at-large, covering theater. Prior to joining The Times, Ms. Jefferson was a lecturer
December 3, 2011
Panel Discussion

How can a publication last in today’s economic climate? How much must print publications rely on the Internet to last? Where are the jobs, and what does it mean to be a journalist today?

Panelists: Carl Bialik, Ben Greenman, Bradley Peniston, Cynthia Watchtell

December 1, 2011
Why Products Fail

Berkeley Master’s Tea

In this entertaining talk, he’ll revisit some horrifying disasters from his journalism career—and, more importantly, pick apart how things went off the tracks.

Founder and Editor, New Haven Independent
December 1, 2011
#People & the #Press Status Update: It's Complicated

JE Master’s Tea

Subtitle: Making sense in the new era of journalism

A Conversation with Paul Bass, ‘82, founder and editor, New Haven Independent and Michael Morand Director of Metro, State, & Alumni Relations at Yale University.