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Pulitzer

Joseph. 1847--1911, US newspaper publisher, born in Hungary. He established the Pulitzer prizes

Pulitzer

awards made in letters, music, and journalism. [Am. Hist.: Wheeler, 824]
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On a day that typically honors professional journalists from around the world, this year's announcement of the Pulitzer Prize winners on April 15 broke from tradition by first recognizing the staff of the Eagle Eye student newspaper of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla.
Elected to office as a state senator, Pulitzer founded the "St.
"All of us sitting at that table were fully aware of Duke Ellington in 1965 being passed over for the Pulitzer and a jazz artist not winning for some time," said Griffin.
It means that the jury and the board judging system worked as it's supposed to the best work was awarded a Pulitzer Prize.
Lunch at Lilly originally began as a shopping event where prize winners won a chance to actually lunch with Lilly Pulitzer.
Pulitzer and Wachtler seem to present the viewer with a choice between interpreting their output as the result of sincere affection or clever disaffection.
When Emily takes her seat, she will be the youngest member of the Pulitzer board, and the Trib will be the organization represented on the board that's been in business for the fewest number of years.
INLIERS ARE INCAPABLE OF COMPREHENDING THAT OUTLIERS CAN NOT BECOME PULITZER PRIZE FINALISTS.
FACT Founded in 1959, Lilly Pulitzer's designs grew in popularity after being spotted on first lady Jackie Kennedy.
Volume eight in a collection of reprints of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalism, this book collects articles and photographs from Africa that won the Pulitzer for journalism.
In The Pulitzer Air Races, Gough presents a convincing argument that the Pulitzer Trophy Race, run from 1920 to 1925, was the driving force behind this significant turnaround.
The bombing last April 15 that killed three people and wounded more than 260 also led to a Pulitzer in the feature photography category for Josh Haner of The New York Times, for his photo essay on a blast victim who lost his legs.