Pulitzer Prize Winner Speaks at Bloomsburg University

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BLOOMSBURG -- Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Nicholas Kristof was the featured speaker at a forum at Bloomsburg University Monday night.

Kristof is a veteran New York Times columnist. He's won Pulitzers for his coverage of Tiananmen Square and the genocide in Darfur.

This address was entitled: “Why you should care about the world, and how you can change it.”

"Whether it's opioid addiction, whether its homelessness, crime, there are no magic wands, but we do have a much better sense these days of how to address them, both at a governmental level and at an individual or group level," Kristof said.

Kristof shared personal stories about his lifetime in journalism and signed copies of his books.