Ten and Counting
This weekend we celebrated our 10th year with nearly 250 current and past grantees, student fellows, media and education partners, donors, family and friends. Six panel discussions, two days of presentations by this year's class of 31 student international-reporting fellows, talks about the Pulitzer Center's role from two grantees and editor Jake Silverstein of The New York Times Magazine. What a line-up! Many thanks to all of you who were here in person—and to those who shared their Pulitzer memories on Twitter at #pulitzercenter10. And as to memories, we'll be making even more in the years to come.
Ending an Epidemic
Last week also marked the publication of our latest e-book, "To End AIDS," which features the reporting and photography of a dozen Pulitzer Center grantees who have covered the HIV/AIDS crisis in regions around the globe from Kiev and Cape Town. It is available for free on iTunes.
The Taking of Mosul
A tangled coalition of troops hostile and friendly to the US is now poised to retake Mosul from ISIS. Grantee Jane Ferguson explains what might happen next in her three-part series for the NewsHour.