Who Won Pulitzer Prizes in 2003?

Pulitzer PrizeApr 7, 2003

Every year since 1917 Pulitzer Prizes are awarded in journalism, letters, drama, and music. Winners receive a $10,000 cash award and a certificate.

Who Won a Pulitzer Prize In 2003?

Beat Reporting
Diana K Sugg (Complex medical issues through the lives of people)
Breaking News Photography
Rocky Mountain News (Coverage of Colorado's raging forest fires)
Breaking News Reporting
Lawrence Eagle-Tribune (Stories on accidental drowning of four boys)
Colbert I King (Against-the-grain columns that speak to people in power with ferocity)
Stephen Hunter (Film criticism)
Editorial Cartooning
David Horsey
Editorial Writing
Cornelia Grumman (Freshly challenging editorials on reform of the de)
Explanatory Reporting
Wall Street Journal (Roots significance and impact of corporate scandals in America)
Feature Photography
Don Bartletti (How undocumented Central American youths travel north to the US)
Feature Writing
Sonia Nazario (Story of a Honduran boy's perilous search for his)
International Reporting
Washington Post (Horrific conditions in Mexico's criminal justice s)
Kevin Sullivan and Mary Jordan
Investigative Reporting
Clifford J Levy (Abuse of mentally ill adults in state-regulated ho)
National Reporting
Los Angeles Times (Examination of military aircraft nicknamed The Widow Maker)
Alan Miller; Kevin Sack
Public Service
Boston Globe (Coverage of sexual abuse by priests)
Robert A Caro (Master of the Senate)
Nilo Cruz (Anna In The Tropics)
Jeffrey Eugenides (Middlesex)
General Non-Fiction
Samantha Power (A Problem From Hell: America and the Age of Genoci)
Rick Atkinson (An Army at Dawn: The War in North Africa)
John Adams (On the Transmigration of Souls)
Paul Muldoon (Moy Sand and Gravel)
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