Washington Post tech writer to speak at Whitman

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WALLA WALLA - Cecilia Kang, a 1994 Whitman College graduate and national technology writer for the Washington Post, will present "Clicks and Views: The transforming media landscape" on Thursday.

Kang's talk, which will be at 7 p.m. in Maxey Auditorium, near the intersection of Boyer Avenue and Otis Street, is the annual Hosokawa Lecture. The endowed lectureship was established in 2000 at Whitman College by David and Beverly Hosokawa and the Hosokawa Family Foundation.

The lectureship honors Robert R. Hosokawa a 1940 graduate of the college and David's father, by bringing a noted journalist to campus. The endowment also established the Hosokawa Prize to be awarded each year in recognition of outstanding achievement and excellence as demonstrated by student journalists and photojournalists of The Pioneer, Whitman's student newspaper.

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