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At 3 pm today, (two weeks later than in non-pandemic years), the Pulitzer Board announced the recipients of the 104th Pulitzer Prizes (not to be confused with the Nobel) honoring excellence in journalism.

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Today marks the announcement of the winners of the 102nd Pulitzer Prize awards, an event held by Columbia University each year to honor excellence in the field of journalism. The announcement, held today at 3PM, occurred in the only suitable place for such an event – Pulitzer Hall. The notable winners of this group include Kendrick Lamar with DAMN, the […]

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The Journalism School announced the winners of the 2017 Pulitzer Prize this afternoon. Today’s announcement marks the 101st year of the award. The prizes were awarded in the hall of the same name, as usual, and a livestream of the event is available on the Pulitzer website. This year’s notable winners include Underground Railroad by Colson […]

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The 2015 winners of the Pulitzer Prize were announced this afternoon in Pulitzer Hall at Columbia University, per tradition. You find a livestream of the event here. Notable winners include the winner of the Public Service category, The Post and Courier, for publishing a series on why South Carolina is such a dangerous state for women. […]

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This afternoon, the 2014 winners of the Pultizer Prize were announced here at Columbia University in Pulitzer Hall. Noted winners include the journalists who led the exposure of the U.S. government secret surveillance aided by Edward Snowden. Boston Globe grabbed an award for their coverage of the Boston Marathon bombing. Also, the international reporting by […]

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Eli Sanders, CC ’99, just won a Pulitzer for his harrowing feature, “The Bravest Woman in Seattle,” in the Seattle weekly, The Stranger. Bwog called him to figure out how journalism works. Bwog: So what was your major? Eli: Middle East and Asian Languages and Cultures, I don’t know if they have that anymore. MEALAC? Bwog: […]

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Earlier today, the winners of the 2012 Pulitzer Prizes were announced in Pulitzer Hall (the building formerly known as Journalism). The late Columbia professor Manning Marable won the History prize for his biography of Malcolm X, the same prize that Columbia professor Eric Foner won last year. As expected, the AP reporters who exposed the […]

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New York Times foreign correspondent and two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Anthony Shadid passed away in Syria due to a severe asthma attack. (Columbia Journalism Review) Jon Stewart has temporarily cornered the market on late night satire. (New York Times) Corruption is everywhere. (The Guardian) Never take candy from strangers undercover cops. (AlterNet) Bunnies via Wikimedia […]

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Since the very beginning of his (interim) tenure, Deantini has closed his charming emails to the Columbia College student body with an egregious perversion of our fair fight song’s title. Though the Band may disagree, the title and refrain of our fight song is “Roar, Lion, Roar.” Deantini, however, has continued to sign correspondence with […]

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Bucket List represents the unbelievable intellectual privilege we enjoy as Columbia students. We do our very best to bring to your attention important guest lecturers and special events on campus. Our recommendations for this week are below and the full list is after the jump. As always, please leave any formatting suggestions in the comments! […]

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Congratulate yourself on living in the 46th most desirable neighborhood (out of 50) in NYC. (NY Mag) The Pulitzer Prize winners are announed Our profs make second most $$$ (NYT) The Knicks win penultimate game of the season Photo via Jake Hall’s flickr

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Entrenched in finals, begging for mercy.  Outside the reading rooms, the real world keeps working. Sex Starting with the good stuff:  CollegeOTR may have been correct in saying Columbians are “oversexed“:  A Columbia sex ed professor (oh yes, we have those) is worried about the rise of what a popular television show termed “What What […]

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The Mystery of Pain.  Asked to legitimize the illegitimate, GSSC Elections Commission resigns. Barnard Voting: The eBear Necessities. Congestion plan coughed up.  Bob Dylan meet Joe Pulitzer. How safe are we really? In other Columbia-related news:  the NYTimes captures the different views on the boy arrested in the recent death of a grad student.

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The biggest day in the literary year has arrived: The announcing of 2008’s Pulitzer Winners. The Washington Post earned 6 awards this year, while hometown rag The New York Times earned just 2. Bob Dylan also earned a “Special Citation” for “his profound impact on popular music and American culture, marked by lyrical compositions of […]

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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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