What This New Pulitzer Prize Means 

A few days ago, on April 10, in recognition of the anniversary of Joseph Pulitzer’s birthday, a small group gathered at Columbia University’s School of Journalism, in a room named after him, to announce the next group of writers who would continue Pulitzer’s legacy by adding his name to their list of accomplishments.  Among several…

Human Acts

On May 18, 1980, university students in Gwangju, South Korea began a protest against the new Chun Doo-hwan government, accusing the leader of having staged a coup, and registering their disapproval of his tactics. In response, the government declared Martial Law and soldiers opened fire on crowds of students as well as on the civilians who came…