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Molly Hennessy-Fiske

Fellows Spring 2004
The (Raleigh) News and Observer

Molly Hennessy-Fiske is a metro reporter covering county politics for The Los Angeles Times. Previously, she has reported from the Washington D.C. bureau (on the economy, general assignment Hill/White House/Crawford, plus Virginia Tech), completed two rotations in the Baghdad bureau and a Reuters Foundation international reporting fellowship in Beirut. A papergirl from Syracuse, N.Y., she has reported for The (Syracuse) Post-Standard; The (Raleigh) News & Observer and The Palm Beach Post. She interned at The Schenectady Daily Gazette; The Boston Globe and The Miami Herald and is a 1999 graduate of Harvard College where she reported and served as an editor for both The Harvard Crimson and Diversity & Distinction magazine.


  • Climbing Mexico’s magical wonders

    MEXICO CITY -- Do you believe in magic? Not pulling rabbits from hats, cutting showgirls in half, or any of that foolishness. True magic. Mystic vibrations in Sedona. Vanishings near Bermuda. Auras...

  • Working to sell Mexico as a market

    Mexico's first Krispy Kreme, in Mexico City, opened in January. David Stamey, North Carolina's trade representative to Mexico, helped coordinate the opening. Stamey predicts the Mexican market for North Carolina goods will...

  • N.C. recruiter gets jobs for Mexicans

    Mike Bell, a native of Mebane, N.C., talks to prospective guest workers in Santiago Ixcuintla, Mexico. SANTIAGO IXCUINTLA, Mexico -- As the recruiter sped past the sun-baked fields between Guadalajara and...

  • Deserted women tailor lives

    Virginia Bocato de la Pila embroiders while her daughter Mariel plays. She sells blouses, usually one a month. SAN PABLITO, Mexico -- High in the misty mountains northeast of Mexico City, among...

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