‘Trump Revealed’ author and Washington Post reporter Michael Kranish ’79 will visit campus March 2

By Wendy S. Loughlin

February 21, 2017
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Michael Kranish

Michael Kranish ’79, a national political investigative reporter for The Washington Post, will visit Syracuse University on Thursday, March 2, as a guest of the Newhouse School. Associate Dean Joel Kaplan will moderate a Q&A with Kranish beginning at 7 p.m. in Maxwell Auditorium. Follow on Twitter at #JournalismMatters.

Kranish is the co-author of The Post’s biography “Trump Revealed,” as well as biographies of John Kerry and Mitt Romney. He is also the author of “Flight from Monticello: Thomas Jefferson at War.”

He previously served as deputy chief of the Washington Bureau of The Boston Globe. He was awarded the Society of Professional Journalist’s award for Washington Correspondence in 2016.

Kranish graduated from Syracuse University in 1979 with a dual degree in newspaper from the Newhouse School and political science from the College of Arts and Sciences.

For more information about the event, contact Christi MacClurg at 315-443-1010 or mcmacclu@syr.edu.

This is a Journalism Matters event, supported by the Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. The Newhouse School stands for ethical, independent, fair and accurate journalism, and for its important function as a check on the power of government. We advance those values through our curriculum and our support of students, faculty, staff and alumni. In an era of tremendous challenge to the profession, we do this because journalism is essential to democracy.

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