Clarence Page, Journalist  
 

Clarence Page
 
 

Career Highlights
 

1980's-
 

. Mr. Page was employed at the Chicago Tribune for eleven years 
as a reporter, then as assistant city editor.
 

1984-

. Clarence is a essayist at The NewsHour and a frequent member of the
   program's panel of regional newspaper editors and columnists
.Clarence is an occasional guest panalist on the McLaughlin Group.

.Clarence has been a community affairs director, reporter and planning editor
   at WBBM-TV
  He is  a writer  for Chicago Magazine, The Chicago Reader,Washington Monthly,
  The New Republic, The Wall Street Journal, New York Newsday, and Emerge.
 
 

Awards Honors

1972-
Clarence won a Pulitzer for participating in a 1972  Chicago Tribune Task
Force series on voter fraud.
 
1980-
.Clarence won a Illinios UPI Awards for community service.

1987-
. Clarence won a American Civil Liberties Union James P. McGuire Award
for his columns on constitutional rights.
 

1989-
. Clarence won a Pulitzer PrizePulitzer Prize for commentary.
 
 

Education
 
Late 1960's

.Page graduated from Ohio University with a bachelor's degree in
  journalism.  He completed a year as an intern with the Journal-Herald in Dayton.
 
 
 
Personal Information
 
1947-
. Clarence Page was born.
 
recent-

. Clarence now lives in Washington,D.C., is married, and has one child.
 

Sources:
PBS Online NewsHour Select    http://www.pbs.org/newshour/ww/page.html
Gale Group biography Resource center

Web page created by Rocia Terry at HU Cybercamp, July 1999.