Sixteen Students Have Been Chosen as the 1999 Associated Press Interns

By Dorvil, Vernelle | Editor & Publisher, May 22, 1999 | Go to article overview

Sixteen Students Have Been Chosen as the 1999 Associated Press Interns


Dorvil, Vernelle, Editor & Publisher


The summer internship program, is open to students of Black, Latino, Asian, and Native American decent, who are either juniors, seniors, or in graduate school. The finalist were selected from over 100 applicants nationwide.

Listed below are the names of the finalist, the Universities attended, and the AP's host bureau location where they will undergo their internships: Ahn- Mihn Le, University of California, Los Angeles; Alex Lyda, Northwestern University, Chicago; Cassie Chew, Northwestern University, Charleston, W.Va.; Catherine Tsai, Northwestern University, Detroit; Christopher Kahn, Arizona State, Phoenix; David Ho, Brooklyn College, Washington, D.C.; Gerald Abejo, University of Iowa, Indianapolis; Harry Mok, University of California at Berkeley, San Francisco; Indraneel Sur, Yale, Baltimore; Joy Russell-Perez, Columbia, New York City; Kai-Yui Anny Kuo, Northwestern University, Albany; Melanie Coffee, University of Missouri, St. Louis; Rebecca Lopez, New Mexico State, Albuquerque; Stephen Holder, Florida International, Dallas; Jane Hwang, University of Missouri, Chicago-Photos; and Karen Gaudette, University of Washington, Seattle.

The first 1998 ICIJ Award for Outstanding International Investigative Reporting was awarded to Southeast Asia journalist, Nate Thayer, from the Far Eastern Economic Review, for his reports on the Khmer Rogue, their leader Pol Pot, and the millions of Cambodians murdered under his regime. As part of the award, Thayer received an engraved crystal obelisk, and a check for $20,000 which was presented to him during the inaugural conference of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalist at Harvard University. Thayer spent years in the Cambodian jungle in his quest for first hand knowledge of the Khmer Rouge. He was also one of the only Westerners allowed to interview Pol Pot at length, and the only member of the press allowed to witness his trial. …

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