NY Times hires Morgan as reporter
Emmanuel Morgan will be joining The New York Times as a reporter, initially working as a general assignment reporter before moving on to cover the N.F.L.
His new role begins next month.
Morgan joins The Times from the Los Angeles Times where he is working as a reporter covering sports. He was also a reporting intern at Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
He has also directed news coverage for online, print and broadcast platforms of Elon’s converged student media organization as executive director at Elon News Network. Before that, he was a managing editor of the newspaper where he led staff win Associated Collegiate Press Pacemaker award — student media’s highest honor.
The student paper was placed 11th in the Hearst Journalism Awards for” Enterprise Reporting” and came 18th for “Multimedia Reporting.”
He has also won first place for “Best Sportswriting” and “Best Digital Storytelling.”
Morgan was also nominated to represent Elon University at one of the most prestigious journalism fellowships in the country as an investigative reporting fellow at News21. He was also a correspondent/intern at The Charlotte Observer.
He has also worked as a sports correspondent at Lake Norman Citizen and was first a senior reporter, then an assistant news editor, and then served as a news editor at The Pendulum.
Morgan holds a B.A. in journalism from Elon University.