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Posted by Jeff Miranda  December 7, 2007 02:50 PM

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Hayden Christensen in "Shattered Glass."

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Philip Seymour Hoffman won an Oscar for "Capote."

People may think journalism's future is all doom and gloom, but that doesn't mean its history isn't relevant today.

Fox Butterfield, a New York Times reporter who shared a Pulitzer Prize for breaking the infamous "Pentagon Papers" story, will lead a discussion following the screenings of "Shattered Glass" starring Hayden Christensen and "Capote" which won Philip Seymour Hoffman an Oscar.

Check it out in room 224 of BU's College of Arts & Sciences at 1 p.m. And best of it all, it's FREE.

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