Savannah schools: St. Andrew’s Alumni Receives Pulitzer Prize

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St. Andrew’s School  alumni Philip Rucker ’02 received a Pulitzer Prize as part of The Washington Post’s series of articles investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election. Rucker was one of eleven journalists recognized for the Russian articles. Rucker has worked at The Post since 2005 and has covered an array of beats, including suburban news and Maryland state politics, as well as philanthropy and non-profits.

Rucker is the White House Bureau Chief at The Washington Post, leading its team chronicling Donald Trump’s presidency. He is also a Political Analyst for NBC News and MSNBC.”

Rucker previously served as National Political Correspondent, traveling the country to anchor The Post’s coverage of the 2016 presidential campaign. He has also served as White House Correspondent, chronicling President Obama’s second term, and as Congressional Correspondent, covering the Republican Party’s rise to power and the emergence of the tea party.

Rucker graduated as Valedictorian from St. Andrew’s School in 2002 and from Yale University in 2006 with a degree in History. While attending Yale, he worked as a reporter and editor of the school’s daily newspaper.

About St. Andrew’s

St. Andrew’s is an independent International Baccalaureate World School in Savannah inspiring young people age 3 through grade 12. Learn more here or call 912.897.4941

The college preparatory school is located on Wilmington Island, Savannah.

St. Andrew’s School
601 Penn Waller Road
Savannah, Ga 31410

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