“Pulitzer Prize” Bob Sipchen Hand Signed 3X5 Card W/ RARE Stamp Todd Mueller COA

“Pulitzer Prize” Bob Sipchen Hand Signed 3X5 Card W/ RARE Stamp Todd Mueller COA

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 (born June 13,
1953) is an American journalist, author, educator,
and communications professional. He is currently a Senior Editor at the Los Angeles Times and an adjunct professor in the
Department of Writing and Rhetoric at Occidental College in
Los Angeles. He previously served as Communications Director of the Sierra Club and as Editor-in-Chief of Sierra magazine.
He has been part of teams at the Los Angeles Times that have
won three Pulitzer Prizes. Sipchen
was born in Chicago. He paid his way through college as an interagency hotshot crew firefighter
and patrolman with the U.S. Forest Service. He graduated with a B.A. in 1976 from the University
of California, Santa Barbara
, which granted him the school’s Distinguished
Alumni Award in 2006. His career at the Times has included
serving as editor of the Sunday Opinion section and senior editor of the Los Angeles Times Magazine. He
led the team of journalists that created the newspaper’s popular Outdoors
section in print and on the web. As a
reporter, Sipchen covered the 1992 Los Angeles riots that
erupted in Los Angeles following
the trial of police officers involved in the beating of motorist Rodney King and shared in the newspaper’s Pulitzer
Prize for Spot News Reporting
 in 1993 for that reportage. Sipchen
published the first profile of Reginald Denny, the motorist whose nationally televised attack became
an icon of the inchoate rage vented during the riots. When he
was Associate Editor of the Los Angeles Times editorial pages, he and
colleague Alex Raksin won
the annual Pulitzer
Prize for Editorial Writing
 in 2002. The Pulitzer committee
cited “their comprehensive and powerfully written editorials exploring the
issues and dilemmas provoked by mentally ill people dwelling on the
streets.” Sipchen
also wrote about cultural issues, politics, covered a presidential campaign,
and wrote a column for the Times about the magazine industry. In 1997, Sipchen loaded his wife and three
children into a 26-foot motorhome and drove 22,000 miles through 46 states,
including Alaska, writing twice-a-week columns about the state of the American
family. In 2003, he wrote a personal essay about
watching Southern California’s devastating wildfires destroy his childhood
home.[14] In 2006 he created the “School Me”
column and multimedia “School Me!” blog which explored education
He worked as an editor on the team that won the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for
Breaking News for coverage of the 2015 terrorist attack in San Bernardino,

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