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    Steven HaywardProfile_SHayward(1)


    Office: Armstrong Hall, #243
    Phone: 719-389-6604

    Hayward is the author of four books, mostly recently the short fiction collection, To Dance the Beginning of the World. A former student journalist himself at the University of Toronto, Hayward is now a contributor to The Globe and MailThe Wall Street JournalThe Literary Review of Canada, and the Colorado Springs Gazette. Editor-at-large of the award-winning Springs Magazine, and a founding member of the Critical Karaoke Radio Project,  Hayward is also writer, co-host, and executive producer of Colorado Cold Case, a podcasting project of the Colorado Springs Gazette.

    Corey HutchinsProfile_CHutchins(1)

    Visiting Assistant Professor

    Office: Armstrong Hall, #241
    Phone: 803-261-6874

    Corey Hutchins is the Colorado-based contributor for Columbia Journalism Review's United States Project, an award-winning journalist for The Colorado Independent, and a member of The Washington Post's Talent Network. In 2015, he covered Colorado for the State Integrity Investigation at the Center for Public Integrity. A former alt-weekly reporter, he was twice named South Carolina's journalist of the year by the S.C. Press Association, and was editor and publisher of Alt Ledes, a public affairs collection at Medium. His work has appeared on the cover of The Nation and in Slate, The Washington Post, The Daily Beast, The Texas Observer, and elsewhere. He has reported on everything from the psychology of false confessions to the nuclear weapons industry and the Greek economic crisis— not to mention profiling the wild, drunken hobo clowns terrorizing the world's No. 1 tourist destination. In 2012, Hutchins was South Carolina's lead researcher and reporter on the State Integrity Investigation, a risk analysis for corruption in all 50 state governments published by the Center for Public Integrity, Global Integrity and Public Radio International. His graphic novel about Alvin Greene, The Accidental Candidate, was published by McFarland.