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The College of Communication and the
Center for Journalism Integrity and Excellence hosted "An Evening With Clarence Page" on February 7, 2017, at the Union League Club of Chicago.
Clarence Page, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist, journalist, author, and
Chicago Tribune editorial board member, provided a timely keynote, "How to Cover Politics in the Age of Twitter, 'Fake News' and 'Hidden Voters'."
The evening's welcome and introduction were presented by Center Co-Director
Carol Marin. Closing remarks given by College of Communication Dean
Salma Ghanem followed Mr. Page's talk and a Q&A. Afterwards, guests enjoyed a reception and conversation with Mr. Page.
(from L to R) Center for Journalism Co-Directors Don Moseley and Carol Marin, College of Communication Dean Salma Ghanem, and Clarence Page. (Photo by Paul Berg.)
Journalist and author Clarence Page. (Photo by Paul Berg.)
Clarence Page gives addresses attendees at the Union Club of Chicago. (Photo by Paul Berg.)
College of Communication Journalist-in-Residence Chris Bury and Clarence Page share a few words. (Photo by Paul Berg.)
Clarence Page speaks with guests of "An Evening with Clarence Page". (Photo by Paul Berg.)
Journalism students and alumni were invited to attend the evening's event. (Photo Paul Berg.)
Earlier in the day, Mr. Page talked about his career and working in the news with Carol Marin and a theater of Journalism students.