Lydia DePillis

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'''Lydia DePillis''' [[Columbia College|CC]] '[[2009|09]] hails from Seattle, and is currently working as a journalist for the ''Washington Post'', covering business issues on the Post's [http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/ Wonkblog]. She has previously written for such outlets as ''Slate'', the ''Washington City Paper'', the ''New York Observer'', and ''[[The New Republic]]''.
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'''Lydia DePillis''' [[Columbia College|CC]] '[[2009|09]] hails from Seattle, and is currently working as a journalist for the ''Washington Post'', covering business issues on the Post's [http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/ Wonkblog]. She has previously written for such outlets as Slate, ''Washington City Paper'' (for which she won an award<ref>[http://www.washingtoncitypaper.com/blogs/housingcomplex/2012/06/08/housing-complex-wins/ Award Announcement]</ref>), the ''New York Observer'', and ''[[The New Republic]]''.
  
 
She was the chief editor of [[Bwog]] and managing editor of ''[[The Blue and White]]'' from March to December 2007. During her tenure, particularly her coverage of the [[Minuteman stage-rush]] incident, the Bwog became a must-read source of campus news. She was named one of the UWIRE 100 "best and brightest student journalists" in 2009<ref>http://web.archive.org/web/20090503050723/http://www.uwire.com/content/UWIRE100/lydiadepillis.html</ref>.
 
She was the chief editor of [[Bwog]] and managing editor of ''[[The Blue and White]]'' from March to December 2007. During her tenure, particularly her coverage of the [[Minuteman stage-rush]] incident, the Bwog became a must-read source of campus news. She was named one of the UWIRE 100 "best and brightest student journalists" in 2009<ref>http://web.archive.org/web/20090503050723/http://www.uwire.com/content/UWIRE100/lydiadepillis.html</ref>.
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* [http://www.washingtoncitypaper.com/blogs/housingcomplex/author/ldepillis/ Lydia's ''Washington City Paper'' author page]
 
* [http://www.washingtoncitypaper.com/blogs/housingcomplex/author/ldepillis/ Lydia's ''Washington City Paper'' author page]
 
* [http://observer.com/author/lydia-depillis/ Lydia's ''New York Observer'' author page]
 
* [http://observer.com/author/lydia-depillis/ Lydia's ''New York Observer'' author page]
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* [http://www.slate.com/authors.lydia_depillis.html Lydia's Slate author page]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 20:10, 20 June 2013

See also Lydia DePillis's entry in Columbia's directory.

Lydia DePillis CC '09 hails from Seattle, and is currently working as a journalist for the Washington Post, covering business issues on the Post's Wonkblog. She has previously written for such outlets as Slate, Washington City Paper (for which she won an award[1]), the New York Observer, and The New Republic.

She was the chief editor of Bwog and managing editor of The Blue and White from March to December 2007. During her tenure, particularly her coverage of the Minuteman stage-rush incident, the Bwog became a must-read source of campus news. She was named one of the UWIRE 100 "best and brightest student journalists" in 2009[2].

Lydia also competed on the Parliamentary Debate Team. She studied abroad in Cape Town, South Africa in the spring of her junior year.


Preceded by
Taylor Walsh
Bwog Editor 
2007
Succeeded by
Juli Weiner


References

  1. Award Announcement
  2. http://web.archive.org/web/20090503050723/http://www.uwire.com/content/UWIRE100/lydiadepillis.html

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