In this issue
Coming clean helps a young CEO define her company
Pamela Bannos explores the photographer's legacy
Knight Lab is helping journalists tell better stories
Support for learning
Settlement on Chicago's West Side has Northwestern roots
Cyclist launches environmental nonprofit
Engineer brings American barbecue home to Malaysia
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In the fall 2015 issue of Northwestern magazine, I was saddened to read of the passing of Professor Emeritus Franklyn Haiman (Passings, Alumni Life, page 76). He was a soft-spoken but conscience-driven champion of the First Amendment and freedom of thought and speech. His was one of the influences that sent me with my Medill degree to Northwestern Law School and a life of the law. I shall always be indebted to him.
Ed Bryant ’63, ’67 JD
Class Note of the Day
Ira Berkow ’64 MS of New York City, a former New York Times sports reporter and columnist and Pulitzer Prize winner, co-wrote the play Steinbrenner! with Bill Madden, New York Daily News baseball columnist and author of Steinbrenner: The Last Lion of Baseball, upon which the play is based. In August there was a staged reading of the play on Long Island. Richard Kind ’78 read the lead role of George Steinbrenner, the late owner of the New York Yankees. Keeka Productions is planning an off-Broadway production of the show.