Laura Krantz: The Boston Globe
Beat Reporting: General News Outlets, Print and Online (Large Staff)
About the Entry
Laura Krantz’s reporting delves into cultural changes that are reshaping New England college campuses, from the first woman to ask permission to wear a hijab at the Vermont Military Academy to Harvard’s efforts to force secretive clubs to include female students.
- Fight to find cheats takes colleges around the world
- At Bates College, student mailboxes are shutting for good
- UMass targets out-of-state students with merit money
- Muslim student is a trailblazer at Vt. military school
- What’s ahead for Suffolk University?
- At Harvard, no simple answer on final clubs
- Laura Krantz, Reporter, The Boston Globe
Comments from the Judges
“I really liked the variety of the stories … China recruiting; student mailboxes; merit aid; hijab wearing at a military academy. All pieces well reported and written.”
“This journalist is really adept at writing around issues at the intersection of technology and its impact on higher education students and their systems. Her writing is easily digestible and clean, which is a gift in an area that is challenging to sometimes cut through the jargon and pomp we see in academia.”
EWA is grateful to the College Board for its generous support of the 2017 National Awards for Education Reporting.