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Besides Schlesinger, the Justice Department's Information Director, Edwin Guthman, has won a Pulitzer Prize ( for national reporting ).
The company which performed the Pulitzer Prize musical here last night and will repeat it twice today is full of bounce, the politicians are in fine voice, the chorines evoke happy memories, and the Little Flower rides to break a lance again.
ASU faculty have included former CNN host Aaron Brown, meta-analysis developer Gene V. Glass, feminist and author Gloria Feldt, and Pulitzer Prize winner and The Ants author Bert Hölldobler.
Three-time Pulitzer Prize winning, Washington Post photographer Carol Guzy was detained by police and arrested on April 15, and two journalists for the Associated Press also reported being struck by police with batons.
The editor and co-publisher of The Riverdale Press, Bernard Stein, won the Pulitzer Prize for editorial writing for his editorials about Bronx and New York City issues in 1998.
" Sean Connery is in the title role of a reclusive old man who 50 years earlier wrote a single novel that garnered the Pulitzer Prize.
In 1957 Harry Trask was a young staff photographer at the Traveler when he was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for his photo sequence of the sinking of the SS Andrea Doria in July 1956.
Meanwhile, Bill Mauldin produced a political cartoon which won the 1959 Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning.
For example, the August 12, 1974 Doonesbury strip awarded a 1975 Pulitzer Prize for its depiction of the Watergate scandal.
In May 1975, the strip won Trudeau a Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning, the first strip cartoon to be so honored.
A panel from the famous Doonesbury “ Stonewall ” strip, referring to the Watergate scandal, from August 12, 1974 ; awarded the Pulitzer Prize.
* In 1975, the strip won Trudeau a Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning, the first strip cartoon to be so honored.
In literature and journalism, Dartmouth has produced nine Pulitzer Prize winners: Thomas M. Burton, Richard Eberhart, Robert Frost, Paul Gigot, Jake Hooker, Nigel Jaquiss, Martin J. Sherwin, David K. Shipler, and Joseph Rago.
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It has been awarded eight Pulitzer Prizes in its history, including four for editorial writing and three for photography before it was converted to tabloid format in 1981.
The Heralds four Pulitzer Prizes for editorial writing, in 1924, 1927, 1949 and 1954, are among the most awarded to a single newspaper in the category.
When Dirks left William Randolph Hearst for the promise of a better salary under Joseph Pulitzer, it was an unusual move, since cartoonists regularly deserted Pulitzer for Hearst.
* A. M. Rosenthal ( 1949 ), former executive editor of The New York Times who championed the publication of the Pentagon Papers ; Pulitzer prize winning journalist expelled from Poland in 1959 for his reporting on the nation ’ s government and society
At age 14 Sapir won a Pulitzer scholarship to the prestigious Horace Mann high school, but he chose not to attend the school which he found too posh, going instead to Peter Stuyvesant High School, and saving the scholarship money for his college education.
Pulitzer and Drama
Gershwin, along with George S Kaufman and Morrie Ryskind, was a recipient of the 1932 Pulitzer Prize for Drama for Of Thee I Sing.
Two of Grace Kelly's uncles were prominent in the arts ; her father's eldest brother, Walter C. Kelly ( 1873 – 1939 ), was a vaudeville star whose nationally known act The Virginia Judge was filmed as a 1930 MGM short and a 1935 Paramount feature, and another older brother, George Kelly ( 1887 – 1974 ), estranged from the family due to his homosexuality, became renowned in the 1920s as a dramatist, screenwriter and director with a hit comedy-drama, The Show Off in 1924 – 25, and was awarded the 1926 Pulitzer Prize for Drama for his next play, Craig's Wife.
Williams received virtually all of the top theatrical awards for his works of drama, including several New York Drama Critics ' Circle awards, a Tony Award for best play for The Rose Tattoo ( 1951 ) and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama for A Streetcar Named Desire ( 1948 ) and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof ( 1955 ).
By 1959 he had earned two Pulitzer Prizes, three New York Drama Critics ' Circle Awards, three Donaldson Awards, and a Tony Award.
The Pulitzer Prize for Drama was awarded to A Streetcar Named Desire in 1948 and to Cat on a Hot Tin Roof in 1955.
From 1918 to 2006, the Drama Prize was unlike the majority of the other Pulitzer Prizes: during these years, the eligibility period for the drama prize ran from March 2 to March 1, to reflect the Broadway ' season ' rather than the calendar year.
Had Albee been awarded, he would be tied with Eugene O ' Neill for the most Pulitzer Prizes for Drama ( four ).
Eight musicals have won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama —- roughly one per decade from the 1930s to the 2000s.
In 1938 he won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama for his play Our Town, and he won the prize again in 1942 for his play The Skin of Our Teeth.