Evolution in Journalism

Recent Evolutions (Revolutions?) In Journalism:

A Discussion Led By Journalists Rodrigo Acosta, Anne Bagamery, And Ben Barnier


Wednesday, April 11

7:30pm for drinks, dinner and discussion as of 8pm.


Au Bon Pêcheur,

14 rue Pierre Lescot 75001

Privatized upstairs dining room (40 seats).


Cost: 5 euros at the door (to pay for privatizing the restaurant),

plus whatever you consume for drinks and dinner.


The dining room holds only 40 people!

so click here to reserve your spot today


Co-sponsored by the Dartmouth, Columbia, and Penn alumni clubs in France.


The evening will begin at 7:30 with mingling over drinks. At 8, we’ll sit down for dinner, and Rodrigo, Anne, and Ben will share their thoughts before opening the floor for discussion.

Columbia alum Ben Barnier started working in broadcast journalism in the 2000’s and today reports for France Télévisions. 

Dartmouth alum Rodrigo Acosta operates a community newspaper in the western suburbs of Paris.

Dartmouth alum Anne Bagamery has worked in print journalism since the 1970’s, including over 20 years at the International Herald Tribune and The New York Times.

April 11, 2018 at 7:30pm - 9:30pm

Au Bon Pêcheur

14 rue Pierre Lescot
75001 Paris 75001
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