The George W. Hunt, S.J., Prize for Journalism, Arts & Letters Ceremony

Join America Media and Saint Thomas More: The Catholic Chapel & Center at Yale University as we award the 2018 Hunt Prize to Phil Klay in the category of ‘Cultural & Historical Criticism.’ 

Mr. Klay will deliver an original lecture and be awarded the $25,000 prize at the ceremony.
 

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Location:

Saint Thomas More: The Catholic Chapel & Center at Yale University
268 Park St.,
New Haven, C.T. 06511
 

RSVP (required): events@americamedia.org
 

Please note that attire is business for the evening. A reception will immediately follow the lecture. 

This event is free and open to the public.

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