Pius Njawe

Pius Noumeni Njawe’ is the publisher of Le Messager, the most important newspaper in Cameroon and one of the most influential throughout the rest of French-speaking Africa. Before founding Le Messager at age 22, Njawe’ worked at Semences Africaines, a paper founded by the famous Cameroonian writer Rene’ Philome. It was closed down by the … Continued

Peter Lisagor

Peter Lisagor was posthumously awarded a Missouri Medal in commemoration of his distinguished 30-year journalism career. At the time of his death in February, he was serving his 17th year as the Chicago Daily News’ Washington bureau chief. Lisagor, a member of the Sigma Delta Chi Hall of Fame, covered a variety of foreign assignments, … Continued

Philomena Jurey

Philomena Jurey began her career as a journalist in the mountains of southwest Virginia at a time when, as she explains, “most newspaper and broadcast organizations didn’t even hire women.” she joined voice of America (VOA) in 1961 and gained international recognition as its White House correspondent from 1974 to 1988. In 1988 she became … Continued

Paul Steiger

Paul Steiger is the managing editor of The Wall Street Journal and a vice president and member of the executive committee of Dow Jones & Co. He joined the Journal as a reporter in the San Francisco bureau. Mr. Steiger moved to the Los Angeles Times as a staff writer and then transferred to that … Continued

Paul Greenberg

Paul Greenberg, the renowned syndicated columnist, is a journalist who holds an impressive variety of awards. In 1969, he won the Pulitzer prize for Editorial Writing. Earlier, in 1964, he received the Grenville Clark Editorial Award for Best Editorial concerning World Peace through Law. He was granted the American society of Newspaper Editors’ Distinguished Writing … Continued