Entreprenuerial Journalism

Hakata, Fukuoka

Zen Temple Hakata, Fukuoka by Richard Murphy Photo used by permission

This episode we explore journalism past, present, and future with Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Richard Murphy who served as the Photo Editor for the Anchorage Daily News for many years.

As the Arctic grows in strategic importance, Brandon Boylan, a political science professor at the University of Alaska Fairbanks and co-director of the school’s Arctic and Northern Studies program, discusses the role of the Arctic Council and a model of the council on the UAF campus.

And speaking of strategic, UAF geography professor Cary De Wit explains how Yemen’s location has attracted regional and global players in its civil war.

And Katexic Clippings’ Chris Lott is in to politely unpack the rich history of the word “nice.”

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