With a degree in American history from Dartmouth, Rago joined the Journal editorial page in 2005 as an intern.
EDITORIAL CARTOONING: Mike Keefe of The Denver Post.
The judges cited Keefe for the range of his work and a cartooning style that employs a “loose, expressive style to send strong, witty messages.”
“This is fabulous for Mike Keefe,” said Post editor Gregory L. Moore. “He’s been working at his craft for 30-some years.”
Keefe is a former math instructor at the University of Missouri in Kansas City. He joined the newspaper in 1975.
“I am gobsmacked,” Keefe said. “In recent years, the Pulitzer has gone to much younger folks, who are newer in the business. I thought my day had passed.”
BREAKING NEWS PHOTOGRAPHY: Carol Guzy, Nikki Kahn and Ricky Carioti of The Washington Post.
The judges said photos by Guzy, Kahn and Carioti were an “up-close portrait of grief and desperation” following the catastrophic earthquake in Haiti in January 2010.
“They are three exemplary photojournalists whose compassion comes through in their work,” Executive Editor Marcus Brauchli said.
It was the fourth Pulitzer for Guzy, who has been covering Haiti since long before the earthquake.
The committee recognized Davidson for a series of black and white photographs depicting “the intimate story of innocent victims trapped in the city’s crossfire of gang violence.”View Entire Story
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