Mark Oppenheimer, who writes on religion for the New York Times and directs the Yale Journalism Initiative, will speak at Central Connecticut State University on Tuesday, Oct. 8. The lecture, which is free and open to the public, will begin at 7 p.m. in the Constitution Room of Memorial Hall. His talk will focus on the issue of how to report fairly on various religious claims.
Abbey Niezgoda has been added to NBC Connecticut’s roster as a reporter.
Abbey previously worked for WLNE-TV ABC6 in Providence, RI. She has covered stories ranging from the Boston Marathon bombings to the arrest of NFL star Aaron Hernandez to the Blizzard of 2013. While in Rhode Island she made headlines when she was attacked by a woman while reporting on a shooting at a kindergarten graduation party.
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Zach Janowski, Yankee Institute
Kevin Counihan, Access Health CT
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Derek Slap, Chief of Staff, Senate Democrats
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Flashback: Interview with Jack Ruby’s Brother
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First Selectman Candidate Helen Garten
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First Selectman Candidate Jim Marpe
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