Pulitzer Prize Winner Interviews

Daniel Goodrich

Daniel Goodrich is a photographer for Newsday, the sixth largest metropolitan daily newspaper in the U.S. He was a member of the Newsday reporting team that received the 1997 Pulitzer Prize in Spot News Reporting for its coverage of the crash of TWA Flight 800. In 1988, when Pope John Paul II made his inaugural visit to the U.S., Goodrich was selected as the only photojournalist among 20,000 accredited journalists to travel with, and photograph for publication, the Pope during his private moments. In 1996, he was one of only two American photojournalists invited to Rome to join the Vatican press pool and document the second papal visit to the U.S.

The Interview

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Tom Fiedler
COM ’71 MS
Daniel Goodrich
COM ’75
Stan Grossfeld
COM ’80 MS
Stephen Kurkjian
CAS ’66
Anthony Lewis
Mark Thompson
COM ’75
Helen Ubinas
COM ’94
Don Van Natta, Jr.
COM ’86
Susan Walsh
COM ’87