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.
Well this year they both have the opportunity to win the chance to accompany New York Times’ journalist Nicholas Kristof on a reporting trip to the developing world. Last week, Nick Kristof kicked-off his 5th annual “Win-a-Trip” Contest with a new twist—this year, he will be looking for two winners: a university student and someone at least 60 years old.
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.
Join the Center for Global Development for a conversation with New York Times' columnist Nicholas Kristof. Fresh from a reporting trip to the Central African Republic with the winner of CGD’s and the New York Times’ “Win a Trip” contest, Kristof will discuss new and emerging humanitarian and global development challenges, the importance of journalism, and how to create and support the.
UNL journalism student wins trip to report with Nicholas Kristof in Africa The author of the winning entry will be awarded the opportunity to travel on a reporting trip as the guest of Nick Kristof. Participants will be invited to submit essays, which will be voted on and rated by the Contest Entities.
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.
Due January 18th, 2011 - NY Times columnist Nicholas Kristof is looking for one university student and one person over the age of 60 to take with him on a reporting trip to Africa, giving both winners a chance to blog for nytimes.com and to file videos to The Times and Youtube.
Bonus: Nick Kristof Win-a-Trip Contest There is no cash prize for this contest, but this is a great opportunity for students. Undergraduate and graduate university students in the US are invited to apply for The New York Times 2020 Win-a-Trip contest with two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Nicholas Kristof.