Kevin Cullen is a metro columnist at The Boston Globe. He has been a reporter at The Globe since 1985, working as a law enforcement reporter, legal affairs correspondent, reporter-at-large and foreign correspondent.
Cullen has covered the conflict in Northern Ireland for more than 20 years, and had several stints on the Spotlight Team, the Globe’s investigative unit. He was part of the investigative team that broke open the story of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church, for which the Globe was awarded the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service. With other members of the investigative team, Cullen is co-author of Betrayal: The Crisis in the Catholic Church. He was a contributor to a book on contemporary Anglo-Irish relations, Britain and Ireland: Lives Entwined II, and his work appeared in the Best Newspaper Writing: 2006-2007 anthology, as well as the 2007-2008 edition.
Recent Posts by Kevin Cullen
A Tormenting Problem: An Exploration of New-Age BullyingApril 14, 2011 by Kevin Cullen, Jenna Russell, Sarah Schweitzer, Patricia Wen, Bill Greene, Suzanne Kreiter, Aram Boghosian, Kayana Szymczak, Joanne Rathe, Brendan Hoffman, Steven Wilmsen, Lloyd Young
This series, spurred by the suicide of a Massachusetts teenager, explores the phenomenon of bullying from every angle, including the experiences of victims and the adults and institutions charged with protecting them. Originally published in the Boston Globe throughout 2010.
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