2010-2011 Meetings of the Society of the Silurians

Joseph Berger of the New York Times – Honored – 2011 Peter Kihss Awardee
For Excellence in Journalism

For his outstanding accomplishments as a reporter
and his generosity as a mentor to younger colleagues.

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Jules Feiffer – April 21, 2011 Luncheon
Syndicated Cartoonist, Creator of Iconic Comic Strip, “Feiffer,”   Author of 35 Books, Films and Screenplays,  Winner of 1986 Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning in the Village Voice.

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Marjorie Margolies-Mezvinsky – March 17, 2011 Luncheon
Triple M as she’s known founded Womens Campaign International, providing political training to women worldwide.  She’s a former Congresswoman and holder of 5 Emmys for TV reporting.  Currently, Professor of Government at Penn and mother-in-law of Chelsea Clinton.

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Charles Osgood – February 17, 2011 Luncheon
Acclaimed for his whimsical poetry on The Osgood File (mornings on the CBS Radio).  Anchor of CBS News Sunday Morning (TV) since 1994, and always easy to spot in a crowd by his ever-present bow tie.  A member of the Radio Hall of Fame.

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Tom Brokaw – January 20, 2011 Luncheon
Renowned Former Anchor and Managing Editor, NBC Nightly News [1982-2004], Author of the acclaimed ‘The Greatest Generation,’ Former Host of NBC’s Three Major News Broadcasts: NBC Nightly News, The Today Show and Meet the Press.

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Frank Rich Honored – 2010 Lifetime Achievement Awardee
“Powerful Sunday Op-Ed Columnist for the New York Times.  Former Chief Theatre Critic”

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