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November 2nd, 2017 • Quill Archives
Ten: with David Fahrenthold

Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post reporter David Fahrenthold has covered a wide variety of topics in his 17 years at the newspaper. Like many journalists, he started as an intern before becoming a night cops reporter. He has since reported on the Washington, D.C., police, the environment New England region.


June 20th, 2014 • Quill Archives, Member Profile
Member Profile – David Bulla

If David Bulla’s career had a voice-activated GPS system, it would probably say, “Start driving on sports road, then merge onto journalism highway. From there, take a pit stop for more education and finally make an exit onto teaching street.” Alas, GPS systems don’t map out our futures so seamlessly (at least not yet).


April 9th, 2014 • Quill Archives, Member Profile
Member Profile: Lindsey Cook

In the fall of her junior year at the University of Georgia, Lindsey Cook found herself in the middle of one of the highest-profile campus media battles of all time. It began in August 2012, when Cook sat in an editorial meeting for The Red & Black, the university’s student newspaper.


February 13th, 2014 • Quill Archives, Member Profile
Member Profile – Samaruddin Stewart

One glance at Samaruddin Stewart’s LinkedIn is enough to overwhelm even the most accomplished journalists. He holds a bachelor’s in journalism and master’s in mass communication from Arizona State University. He was a photographer at three different newspapers in the Phoenix area.


December 20th, 2013 • Quill Archives, Member Profile
Member Profile: Reggie Stuart

One day over 10 years ago, Jeneé Osterheldt received a phone call from her professional mentor, Reginald Stuart. He was attending a journalism conference just two hours away from her in California, where she was completing an internship he had helped her acquire.


October 16th, 2013 • Quill Archives, Member Profile
Member Profile: David Cuillier

David Cuillier began his journalism career in a somewhat non-traditional fashion: fad diets. That was the topic of the first article he wrote for his high school newspaper, anyway. He’s come a long way since. On Aug. 26, Cuillier was installed as SPJ’s 97th president.


September 10th, 2013 • Quill Archives, Member Profile
Member Profile: Alexa Schirtzinger

The online announcement of this year’s John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford University is titled “Innovation from many corners.” One of those corners is SPJ. Alexa Schirtzinger, a board member of the Rio Grande Pro chapter, is one of the 12 U.S.