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Robert Pycior, 21, is: a volunteer firefighter; a student studying history and psychology at Rider University; a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity; a Boy Scout; a camp counselor; and a poet. He is also the son of Joseph John Pycior, Jr., an aviation warfare systems operator first class, who …
Photographer Jon Lowenstein has won the Dorothea Lange-Paul Taylor Prize for South Side, his powerful, intimate look at life in Chicago’s South Side. The $10,000 prize, awarded by The Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, is given to encourage documentary work in the tradition of photographer Dorothea Lange and writer …
“The vast majority of correspondents and photographers…are not thrill-seekers. These rare individuals believe that as journalists they have a responsibility to regularly put themselves at risk so others will be informed, enlightened or compelled to action,” writes Mark H. Masse in a piece published in The Indianapolis Star commemorating James …
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