GAA Honors Journalists, Entrepreneur With Distinguished Young Alumni Awards

The GAA recognized two journalists and a nonprofit entrepreneur with its Distinguished Young Alumni Awards on Friday: ’01, TV anchor for CNN’s afternoon news show; Nicholas Black ’13 (MBA), founder of entrepreneurial nonprofits; and ’03 (MA), award-winning education writer for The New York Times Magazine. (


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