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Bwog just got shut out of the Journalism School auditorium where they’re formally handing out the medals, but the Pulitzer Prize committee has just announced its winners, each recieving a cool $10 grand.

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The guest list read like a who’s who of journalism: a J-School dean, the Associated Press Executive Director, a former TIME magazine Editor-in-Chief, publishers, professors…and Walter Cronkite. The audience was probably more illustrious than your average lecture-hall crowd, too. Only one person there had any executive power to do anything, but free speech is always […]

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Winner of a bronze medal at the 2002 Olympics, figure skater Timothy Goebel, 25, (the first American to land a quadruple jump in competition, and the first skater in the world to land a quadruple salchow) is enrolling at GS this Fall. Now that he’s broken all the records, Goebel will strip off the flashy […]

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At promptly 3 pm at the Graduate School of Journalism, Sig Gissler, administrator of the Pulitzer Prizes, announced the 2006 winners. By announced, I mean that press kits that had a list of winners and other information about them were made available to those present. And by those present, I mean approximately ten journalists and […]

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